Fajita Pete’s remodeled Memorial restaurant has planned a week of special events, including a grand reopening celebration and an official ribbon cutting. The Houston-based Mexican restaurant expects to expand throughout Texas in the next several years.
Fajita Pete’s has a week of activities planned to celebrate its recently remodeled Memorial location in advance of the restaurant’s expansion throughout Texas.
“We are excited to show our customers Fajita Pete’s fresh new look,” Founder Pedro “Pete” Mora said.
Fajita Pete’s is known for its made-from-scratch Mexican food, including hand-rolled tortillas, fresh off-the-grill beef and chicken fajitas, and sides like guacamole, chile con queso, rice, and beans. The kickoff for the remodeled Memorial location, at 8800 Katy Freeway, includes the following events:
- Sunday, Sept. 11: In honor of 9/11, Fajita Pete’s will feed local servicemen and -women from the Houston Fire Department, Hedwig Fire Department, Hedwig Police Department, and other local fire and police stations.
- Thursday, Sept. 15: The official ribbon cutting will be celebrated from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with the Houston West Chamber of Commerce. Lite Bite will be provided.
- Saturday, Sept. 17: Fajita Pete’s will host a grand reopening family-fun celebration that is open to the public. The restaurant will have free fajitas, multiple bounce houses for kids and young adults, popcorn, cotton candy, and snow cones. Music will be provided by KRBE 104.1, which also will have station giveaways and prizes. The festivities go from 11am to 2pm.
All locations of Fajita Pete’s offer delivery, takeout, a wide catering radius, and limited dine-in seating. Its high-quality freshness has proven it to be a popular alternative to pizza and Chinese-food delivery.
Fajita Pete’s earlier this year announced plans to expand to 40 locations in Texas in the next four years. The restaurant currently has locations in Houston, Richmond, and Dallas, with several franchise agreements already signed in the Houston market. Fajita Pete’s Spring Cypress location, at 11022 Spring Cypress Road in Tomball, is expected to open in October.
“Fajita Pete’s Memorial location has a new look,” Mora said. “Our menu, however, is the same fresh food that has made us so popular from the very start.”
Fajita Pete’s is a Houston-based Mexican restaurant that offers fresh, made-from-scratch beef and chicken fajitas and sides for delivery, pick-up, catering, and dine-in. Founder Pete Mora opened his first restaurant in 2002 and soon received catering requests from local companies. Envisioning a better way to fill a growing niche, he closed his profitable restaurant after five years to focus on the catering and delivery model that became Fajita Pete’s. For more information, visit http://fajitapetes.com.