La Ca­sita is 2017 Busi­ness of the Year

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The Springville-Maple­ton Cham­ber of from cus­tomer Char­lie Hes­selgesser, Com­merce is happy to an­nounce that La who moved from South­ern Cal­i­for­nia to Ca­sita is its choice for 2017 Busi­ness of Koosharem, Utah, Luis Muzquiz Sr. pur­chased the Year. the small build­ing at 333 N. Main

Con­sid­ered one of Utah County’s top in Springville that once housed Si­esta Vil­lage Mex­i­can food restau­rants for nearly four Restau­rant, which was op­er­ated for decades now, La Ca­sita’s suc­cess is built years by the Domingo Ro­driquez fam­ily. around two main con­cepts: unique fam­ily “I think La Ca­sita be­came suc­cess­ful recipes per­fected with years of fine tun­ing from the be­gin­ning and con­tin­ued strong and al­ways en­sur­ing that cus­tomers feel for 25 years be­cause of my dad’s out­go­ing like fam­ily. per­son­al­ity and the recipes he learned

“We not only want every cus­tomer who from his mother,” Luis Muzquiz Jr. said. walks through our door to have out­stand­ing In March 2003, Luis Muzquiz Jr. and Mex­i­can food and a gen­uine din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, wife Katie pur­chased La Ca­sita, and they but also feel like they are part of have con­tin­ued to serve the restau­rant’s La Ca­sita’s fam­ily, tra­di­tion and his­tory,” orig­i­nal cui­sine for the past 14 years. More said owner Luis Muzquiz Jr. La Ca­sita has im­por­tantly, Luis Jr. and Katie con­tinue to become a main­stay in Springville’s din­ing build La Ca­sita’s gen­er­a­tional cus­tomer com­mu­nity. The chil­dren and grand­chil­dren base. In ad­di­tion to be­ing hon­ored with of those who dined at La Ca­sita the Springville-Maple­ton Cham­ber of when it first opened in Oc­to­ber 1978 are Com­merce Busi­ness of the Year award, the restau­rant’s core cus­tomers to­day. La Ca­sita was re­cently cho­sen by read­ers

La Ca­sita was founded by Luis Muzquiz of the Daily Her­ald as Utah County’s best Sr. and his wife Luz. They moved to Utah Mex­i­can restau­rant. af­ter work­ing as cooks and servers for “Our busi­ness phi­los­o­phy is sim­ple. many years at var­i­ous Mex­i­can restau­rants Our cus­tomers are fam­ily to us,” Luis in South­ern Cal­i­for­nia. With en­cour­age­ment Muzquiz Jr. said.

Springville’s La Ca­sita Mex­i­can restau­rant has been named the Springville-Maple­ton Cham­ber of Com­merce’s 2017 Busi­ness of the Year.

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