Mexican food chain Someburros to open 3 locations in Valley this year

Mar 6, 2022, 7:15 AM | Updated: 6:55 pm
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(Photo provided by Someburros)
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PHOENIX — Someburros is expanding operations across the Valley with three new sites preparing to serve customers before the end of this year.

The Mexican food restaurant will be adding locations in north Phoenix, Peoria and Goodyear, officials said in a press release.

The earliest opening is set for April, with the Goodyear location opening near Van Buren Street and Estrella Parkway.

The location in north Phoenix is set to open in the winter and will be on Jomax Road and Norterra Parkway, while the Peoria location will open in the fall on Thunderbird Road and 83rd Avenue.

Since it was established in the Valley more than 30 years ago, 12 locations currently serve customers in Arizona.

The Vasquez family owns restaurants in Chandler, Gilbert, Tempe, Scottsdale and Flagstaff.

Someburros opened its first Valley location in 1986.

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Mexican food chain Someburros to open 3 locations in Valley this year