Mi Pueblo brings a taste of Mexico to area

By TERRI IVIE

Managing editor

PRIEST RIVER— Mi Pueblo offers a traditional Mexican dining experience and owner Yoni Solis is proud to open “his business home” to area residents and tourists alike.

Opening several months ago, Soles and staff have enhanced the building with a Mexican motif and updated features as well as landscaped with flowers and added a patio area. Beer and wine have recently been added to the menu.

The complete menu of authentic Mexican food is prepared fresh on site.

“My family and I have lived in the area for nearly 20 years. My wife and I have five children and we all love the beauty and the outdoors. The schools are very good and offer many activities for the children to participate in,” said Soles. “Our comments so far have been very positive and the customers say the prices are very fair, they love the food and amount of servings, the quick service, and the clean, fresh appearance of the entire restaurant,” he added.

Solis has spent his entire adult life in the Mexican food restaurants. He came to this area in 1995 with a desire in his heart to start a “Mi Pueblo.” SO he saved and prayed and saved and now his dream has came true.

Mi Pueblo has everyone’s favorite Mexican faire with steaks and seafood as well that will make repeat customers. The cooks, food preparers and waitresses and customer comfort and satisfaction as their goal.

They are open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily and are located at 5436 High 2. Cal 448-0115 for more information or for to-go orders.

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