“Everyone was selling tacos, everybody was selling tortas, menudo, and pozole, so I wanted to bring to my city something that we didn’t have,” mentioned Martin Luzanilla, the proprietor of Mexihanas.
Through the pandemic, Martin Luzanilla was struggling financially. So he determined to take a probability and begin Mexihanas, promoting food out of his driveway.
“The pandemic hit, jobs were out the door. We were down to our last $2,000 in the bank and we had no other way of income or resources of income, and it was either pay the rent or get a business started that was going to help us provide for our family,” added Luzanilla.
Martin used social media to submit about his food. He began off promoting 10 plates, then 35, and enterprise grew from there.
Martin did this for about a month and a half earlier than renting out a restaurant in Long Beach, CA.
“We serve steak, chicken, shrimp, lobster, fried rice, mixed vegetables, garlic noodles, and our world famous tuna,” Luzanilla shared.
Martin mentioned because of all of the love from the group, he has a second location coming quickly.