D'Casa has opened a second location in Tupelo. The new restaurant is on South Gloster Street by the hospital. (photo by Carlie Kollath)
(photo by Carlie Kollath)
The lights outside the restaurant have decorative horses on them. "Potrillo" is Spanish for "colt." (photo by Carlie Kollath)
The furniture from Los Potrillos has been moved to the patio. (photo by Carlie Kollath)
The big fan is still in the center of the restaurant. (photo by Carlie Kollath)
The interior of the restaurant hasn't been changed too drastically from when it was Santa Fe. It is still ringed with booth seating on the outside and regular tables on the inside. (photo by Carlie Kollath)
The former bar area has been converted into a fountain. (photo by Carlie Kollath)
The lighting at each of the tables has been converted to the pottery fixtures. (photo by Carlie Kollath)
The interior now has clay tile accents. (photo by Carlie Kollath)
D'Casa is now open in the former Caney Fork/Santa Fe location (previous coverage). The restaurant opened Monday.
FYI - the power was out at the restaurant this morning. As soon as it comes back on, the restaurant will open.
The new restaurant replaces Los Potrillos, which previously was closer to the hospital on South Gloster. Manager Francisco Guzman said Los Potrillos has closed its location and moved into the new building.
Both D'Casa locations and Los Potrillos shared the same ownership.
Guzman said the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner every day of the week. It has 11 employees and a different menu from Los Potrillos.
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