Ninfa's Mexican Restaurants

February 1997
Restaurant Business;2/1/97, Vol. 96 Issue 3, p56
Trade Publication
Presents information on the restaurant chain Ninfa's Mexican Restaurants in Houston, Texas. Franchise fee; Total investment; Ratio of sales to investment; Offering of authentic Mexican cuisine; Ninfa Lorenzo as owner and chef; Expansion to territories outside the Southwest.


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