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On Our Radar: Did You Know The Story of Gramma Mora’s Goes Back 38 Years?


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Photo courtesy of Gramma Mora’s

We love to see a local restaurant in business for decades. It means they’re doing something right, right? Gramma Mora’s is a staple in the North Buffalo community – here’s why:

 

The Story of Gramma Mora

Gramma Mora’s is a family restaurant with recipes handed down from generation to generation. It all began with – you guessed it – Gramma Mora, who’s story begins across the border. The Mora family lived in Mexico and migrated to the US over 100 years ago. Having brought recipes from home, Gramma Mora introduced many to Mexican cuisine in the area.

In 1980 the family opened their first restaurant on Niagara Street – one of the first Mexican restaurants in town. Unfortunately, after 17 years in business that spot burnt to the ground, but that didn’t stop the Mora family from keeping their dream alive. They were determined to succeed, opening a new location on Hertel Avenue in 1999, and have remained determined to make customers feel like family ever since.

Photo courtesy of Gramma Mora’s

Fast Forward to 2018

Now, the affordability factor is a major one here. Serious, this street-style taco bar offers 3 tacos for $6. Choose your base of either chicken, ground beef, chorizo, pulled pork, shredded beef, or beans, and pile them tacos high with all your favorite toppings. Everything is made with fresh ingredients and remains authentic to those original family recipes. Check out there Happy Hour Monday-Friday from 4pm to 6pm featuring $6 appetizers like Mexican Pizza Quesadilla, Grilled Veggie Quesadilla, and Crab Quesadilla and $6 Margaritas! 

 

 

Photo courtesy of Gramma Mora’s

Catering

Finding food a whole group of people will love can be challenging. But, people love tacos esp when the options are endless. Enter taco bar catering. For less than $11 a person, everyone can build their own tacos. And that’s just one option. There’s also game day catering, party appetizers, traditional family meals, and more. Aka options for any and all occasions.

Remember: everyone love tacos. 

 

Gramma Mora’s

1465 Hertel Avenue

gramma-moras.com

 

This article is a paid promotion by one of our advertisers. With these paid articles our goal is to share valuable information with our readers that we think you’ll find useful and interesting.

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