A new Mexican spot is now up and running in Dedham, according to Boston Restaurant Talk. Pancho's Taqueria has officially opened its doors and is serving everything from soups and tortas to pork chorizo nachos.
The restaurant is run by two siblings, Nohely Chavira Williams and her brother Carlos Chavira, who named the place Pancho's after the family dog, as the Westood Press reported. The space at 551 High St. was the former Dedham Flower Shoppe and required extensive updating, Williams told the paper, but once they received the proper permits, they were able to make progress.
Williams has experience working in fast-food Mexican restaurants, and Chavira has 10 years' experience as a restaurant manager. The menu they designed for Pancho's pulls together a number of Mexican classics including tortilla soup, horchata, al pastor tacos, carne asada burritos, tortas, enchiladas, nachos, and much more.
Pancho's is open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.