Fajita Pete’s coming to Allegheny County

ROSS TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A new tex-mex restaurant will be opening in Ross Township this summer.

A couple in Pittsburgh has just closed a deal with Fajita Pete’s and will open the restaurant at the Block at Northway.

Fajita Pete’s has won awards for their fajitas in the past. They offer takeout, delivery and catering and should be able to seat 30 guests at a time.

The restaurant will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and from noon to 8 p.m. on weekends.

The business will be owned by Brittny and Chris Mabry. Brittny was a graduate of Fox Chapel High School.

“Spending time in the ‘burgh, we quickly realized the need for quality Tex-Mex cuisine and a great family food and office catering experience that matches the Tex-Mex culture. Fajita Pete’s is unmatched with its unique flavor profile and streamlined menu,” said Chris. “Fajita Pete’s offers high quality, house-made Tex-Mex cuisine with superior travelability – providing fresh fajitas from our grill to your table,” added Brittny.

The Fajita Pete’s in Ross Township will be the first one to open in the Pittsburgh area.

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