A fresh Mexican experience
Potrillos Taqueria y Neveria expected to open in late JulyPotrillos Taqueria y Neveria, a new business coming to Farragut, will be bringing a fresh experience in Mexican cuisine to Town.
The restaurant is expected to open in late July at 11151 Kingston Pike, Sergio Villasenor, co-owner and restaurant manager, said.
Villasenor has partnered with Farragut’s El Mezcal Mexican Restaurant owners, Arturo Leon, Gabino Ruvio and Eugenio Gomez, to open Potrillos Taqueria y Neveria. The owners had their sons, to whom they refer as “young colts,” in mind when they came up with the name of the business, Villasenor said.
Potrillos, in English, translates to “young horses” while taqueria translates to tacos and neveria translates to ice cream, he said.
“We started with the idea a couple months ago,” Villasenor said. “I brought this idea to them and they loved it.” read more
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• The renewal period for town of Farragut business privilege license will continue through Wednesday, Aug. 31. Businesses that currently have a business license can renew at no cost at townoffarragut.org/formcenter. A printable renewal form also is available for those wishing to mail or bring in the form to Farragut Town Hall, 11408 Municipal Center Drive, Farragut. The business privilege license is a requirement for every person who conducts a business operating from a physical site in the Town’s limits.
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