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Mexican Cafe Hoping For May 1 Opening

| April 22, 2011, 04:56 PM | 0 Comments

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UPDATE: This was just received as a Facebook message to the Mexican Cafe’s Facebook fan page fans to clarify that this is not a date set in stone!

There is apparently some confusion about our opening. Though the website stated “hoping for May 1” and “please check back for a definite date”, it is being read/understood as the definite date, which it is not, unfortunately. So, to clear up any confusion, I have adjusted the website to early May. We are as anxious as you all to be open and slinging margaritas and food. We apologize for any confusion that the wording on the website caused.

We just got word that the Mexican Cafe is hoping for a May 1, 2011 opening at their new location at 609 Melvin Ave in West Annapolis.

The date is not set in stone; but they feel that they have jumped through the last hoop and our fingers are crossed that the margaritas will be flowing once again in Annapolis!

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