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Local Mexican Restaurant Makes Like Salsa & Dips Out To New Spot

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FORT WORTH -- Sometimes when you want to move on to better things, you just have to pick up and go! After 69  years, the owners of Mexican restaurant Salsa Limon in Fort Worth decided to dip out after receiving an offer they couldn't refuse!

"North Texas is exploding and a new building will go where this laid and so we decided to pick it up and move it to its new home," owner Milo Ramirez explained.

And by "new home," they're talking six miles down the road near The River District.

"We're going to have a real garden space, a tree house, an outdoor bar and we're going to have a chicken coop in the back," he added.

But, don't worry. It won't take long for them to get settled in! Thanks to HD Snow & Son Moving Company, the move was pretty easy. No boxes, no packing -- just a big ol' truck to carry the entire restaurant!

"It's a large move and a historic move and we need to try to save some of our historic buildings and that's what we're doing here. It's a team effort," owner of HD Snow & Son Moving Company told NewsFix.


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