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Don Serapio's Celebrates 31 Years in Business, Joins Legendary Restaurants of Oklahoma

Thu, 05 Apr 2012 17:13:35 CDT

Don Serapio's Celebrates 31 Years in Business, Joins Legendary Restaurants of Oklahoma

Next time youíre in El Reno, check out Don Serapioís our newest Legendary Restaurant of Oklahoma.

Jim and Janie Meadows continue a family tradition that started back in 1954. Itís easy to find, right on Highway 66 in El Reno.

Don Serapioís specializes in true, authentic homemade Mexican food.   They cook their food fresh each day and prepare each item to order. Each item is homemade from their special beans and rice to their desserts. From their own fajita marinades to their tamales. Even their tortillas are homemade.

Jim and Janie take pride in their special family recipes and they have customers all over the country who stop in when theyíre in town to get the taste they canít get anywhere else.

Don Serapioís is celebrating its 31st anniversary and itís the perfect time to grab a couple of half-price gift certificates by clicking here and checking out this Legendary Restaurant of Oklahoma.

You can buy $50 worth of Don Serapio's delicious Mexican food for only $25 by clicking here.

Click on the LISTEN BAR below to hear owner Jim Meadows talk about the great things they do to satisfy their customers and keep them coming back year after year.




   


   

Don Serapio's owner Jim Meadows talks about what makes his restaurant legendary.
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