Fajita Pete’s Turns 10, Celebrates with New Deal

    Industry News | February 8, 2019

    Fajita Pete's

    The chain is celebrating the milestone with free fresh fajitas and a half-gallon of margaritas for just $10.

    Fajita Pete’s is turning the big “one-zero” this month and is going all out to celebrate. Free fresh fajitas catered and delivered or a half-gallon of margaritas for just $10.

    From February 11 to 17, guests who order one pound of any fajitas—beef, shrimp, chicken, veggie or mixed—will receive a free half-pound of Chicken Fajitas. Not in the fajita mood? Get a half-gallon of margaritas for $10 and cheers to 10 years of Fajita Pete’s! Must choose one special per order. Limit one half-gallon of margaritas per order. Margaritas available at Houston-area locations only. 

    This sizzlin’ special is valid for pick-up, dine-in or delivery, so you can celebrate from your house, office or event location. If you’re hosting a large gathering, feeding the entire family or just love leftovers, this celebratory fajita offer is valid for customers purchasing up to 3 pounds—that’s 1.5-pounds of free Chicken Fajitas.

    “We are extremely excited and proud to be turning 10 this year, as it is truly a testament to the loyal customers that have supported us from our humble beginnings,” says founder and CEO Pedro “Pete” Mora. “Giving back to the community with these anniversary offers is really important to us because without them, we wouldn’t be where we are today. We are looking forward to an amazing new year and can’t wait to share our fresh and delicious fajitas with many more communities as we continue to grow.”

    Fajita Pete’s fajita meals are served with grilled onions, jalapeños, fresh hand-rolled tortillas, house-made Mexican rice, refried beans, shredded cheese, pico de gallo, guacamole, lettuce, and chips and salsa. One pound typically serves two to three people, so guests can feed up to five for the price of two.

    Fajita Pete’s began as a full-service restaurant with a full bar, 60 tables and a small dance floor. After Mora noticed an abundance of catering requests, he decided to move the restaurant and focus on catering and delivering the fresh fajitas the restaurant became known for. Over the next nine years, the brand expended through Houston and Dallas. 

    The rapidly growing chain currently has 11 locations across Texas with five additional locations in the pipeline for the first half of 2019.

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