Fajita Pete's coming to Gosling Road in Spring this fall

(Courtesy Fajita Pete's)
(Courtesy Fajita Pete's)

(Courtesy Fajita Pete's)

Mexican restaurant chain Fajita Pete's will be opening a location at a new retail center coming in at 24345 Gosling Road, Ste. 225, Spring, this fall.

Patrick Magliaro, a spokesman for Triad Real Estate Consulting Group, which is leasing the space, said the new location does not have a hard opening date scheduled at this time, but he anticipates an opening between September and October.


Fajita Pete's is known for specializing in carryout and catering orders for fajitas, tacos, margaritas and more. www.fajitapetes.com


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