Monday, August 12, 2013

Chamber Welcomes Taquería la Costa

By Chad Cheyney, Chamber Communications

Photo by Lonnie Brewer, Arco Advertiser
front: left to right Hector Martinez, Melinda Shodin (Absolute
Therapy); back: left to right: Martinez cousin, Alberto Martinez,
Rhonda Morris (Craters of the Moon Nat'l Hist. Assn.)
Janet Thornock, (East Idaho Credit Union), Katie Brownlee
(ATC), Chad Cheyney (University of Idaho Extension)
The Butte County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday morning for Hector and Maricela Martinez, owners of the Taquería la Costa.  Mr. Martinez purchased and refurbished the old mini-mart on West Grand Avenue, across of the Bottolfson Park.  They opened for business on the Saturday of Atomic Days 2013.

The restaurant is a family business owned by Mr. and Mrs. Martinez, and operated by them, their children and occasionally some relatives.  Hector and Maricela also own and operate a Taquería la Costa in Chubbuck, where they live with their children Hector, Alberto, Rudolfo, Marilyn and Kimberly. 

Taquería la costa offers a wide variety of authentic Mexican food with reasonable prices and generous portions.  The restaurant is open Monday to Saturday from 8:30 AM to 9:00 PM. 

Hector uses authentic Mexican ingredients in his cooking.  The restaurant offers domestic soft drinks as well as authentic imported Mexican soft.  They also offer fried ice cream, a traditional Mexican desert.

Mr. Martinez would like to thank the community for the warm welcome his restaurant has received. 

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