After more than 20 years, this little corner restaurant and Vass gathering place has switched hands, becoming a Mexican restaurant.
“It was time,” longtime owner Nathaniel Miller told The Pilot last summer. “My wife and are in our 70s now and not getting any younger.” The family had put the restaurant up for sale years prior, and had been waiting for a buyer.
The new owners — who also own San Felipe in Aberdeen — took over earlier this month. For a few months, some of the same staff remained to cook and serve breakfast and lunch before switching over to an all-Mexican menu at 3 p.m.
The restaurant, newly christened as Santo Dios, re-opened Tuesday, April 5 under the management of Sergio Zaragoza. You can follow them here.
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