New restaurant a dream come true for Vacas | Company

While Cesar and Connie Vaca from Derby have spent most of their lives in restaurants, it was their children who inspired the idea to take the plunge and open their own restaurant. That is now becoming a reality with Las Vaquitas set to open later this month at the corner of Baltimore and Madison Avenue.

Fittingly, the name Las Vaquitas refers to the children of the Vacas, as they helped shape their parents’ restaurant dream. In particular, his daughter Yasmin was a great motivator.

Street tacos are expected to be a signature dish in Las Vaquitas – in part because of the tortillas being transported from Texas.

Mole Las Vaquitas

The homemade mole is one of the many offerings that the Vacas believe will give their restaurant an authentic feel.

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