Many well–known Mexican icons—including sombreros, rodeos, the Mexican Hat Dance and mariachi music—originated in culture–rich Jalisco. It’s also the birthplace of tequila. The state is the second largest urban area in Mexico. It has grown to encompass several smaller municipalities, including the traditional Tlaquepaque, the affluent Zapopán and the colonial towns of Tonalá and El Salto. Guadalajara is home to some of Mexico’s finest universities, such as Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, Universidad de Guadalajara and ITESM Guadalajara.
And it’s from here (Guadalajara, Jalisco) that five young Carrillo brothers came to Texas and with lots of hard work,16 hour days, 7 days a week. These young men made their dream to become entrepreneurs in the restaurant industry a reality. Much of that determination and drive was backed with the love they have for family and especially theirs parents. Don J. Guadalupe Carrillo (E.P.D.) and Doña Feliberta Carrillo.
That was over 25 years ago and they are still going strong. Serving some of the best Mexican dishes around today.
Rancho Grande Bar and Grill, continues to thrive at its original location in Conroe, Texas but has also continued to successfully take its name, quality food and outstanding customer service to new cities in Texas. Including: Magnolia, Tomball and Port Arthur.
While every restaurant operates as its own independent location. With its own specials and scheduled events. They're always very glad to see you and your family enjoying, the best their restaurants have to offer.
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