Coppell location of Rosa’s Cafe now open

By Loren Hughes

Staff Writer

The long awaited opening of the new Mexican restaurant, Rosa’s Cafe, is now over as the restaurant opened its doors for the first time on Saturday, April 24.

Rosa’s Cafe offers a wide menu selection ranging from nachos to tacos to carrot cake, and takes pride in their fast service and freshly made food (such as their fresh homemade tortillas). Not only that, but Rosa’s offers Taco Tuesdays, which means that customers can get three tacos with rice and beans for $3.33 all day long every Tuesday.

The restaurant, located on 705 North Denton Tap Road near Market Street and Bank of America, is a huge success across the state of Texas in cities such as Lubbock, Abilene, College Station and Fort Worth.

Based on their fast service and discounted offers, Rosa’s is sure to be a hit with high school students and their families alike in no time.

To learn more about Rosa’s, click here.

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