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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Bakery and to-go meals coming to Potosina

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La Potosina, a butcher shop in business for 15 years at 5412 Baseline Road, the Windamere Shopping Center, is expanding to include a bakery featuring traditional Mexican and Central American bread and pastries and to-go dinners.

The dinners will include Mexican barbecue, slow-cooked beef in Mexican spices that can be served as a torta or taco, co-owner Jordan Narvaez said. Narvaez said he hopes the new space will be ready in six weeks. La Potosina’s butcher shop sells “a little bit of everything,” Narvaez said; besides meat and traditional Mexican groceries, there is Western wear, canned goods and statues of saints. Narvaez and his brother are the butchers.

A plumbing permit has been pulled, so work has just begun.

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