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Updated: 11/15/2017 08:30:02AM

La Hacienda Family Restaurant: Mexican Cuisine

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Francisco Jimenez and 4 year old Francisco Jr. ordered the Mexican beef stew and a Torta Mexican sandwich at La Hacienda Family Restaurant.

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Raul and Maria Magana have been the owners of La Hacienda Family Restaurant and Mexican Supermarket for over 16 years.

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"If I had enough money to eat out every day, I'd be here every day!" is what Amabilia Gonzalez says about dining at La Hacienda Family Restaurant. Her son, Jose Estrada, agrees.

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It's nice to have loyal employees! Anastacio Servin has been in the kitchen for 16 years, making great Mexican recipes for La Hacienda.

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Some people like their food hot and spicy. Try some of the many varieties of hot sauce available in the store at La Hacienda.

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Imanol Magana is 17 and is a senior at Avon Park High School. He enjoys helping customers at his parents La Hacienda Family Restaurant in Sebring.

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Too bad you can't smell this Fajitas Trio platter. It comes with steak, chicken, shrimp, onions and bell peppers. Maybe you can imagine the sound of this sizzling Mexican treat.

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Freshly made tortillas are filled with your choice of meat as the basis for the taco platter at La Hacienda.

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You'll be impressed by the atmosphere and the cleanliness inside La Hacienda restaurant and store.

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No authentic Mexican restaurant and supermarket would be complete without a selection of pinatas. They're filled with candy and ready for any children's party.

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La Hacienda Family Restaurant has American food too, like this bacon cheeseburger and fries.

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If you have a sweet tooth, try some of the baked items at La Hacienda while you're there.

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You can't miss the red roof and 'open' flag outside La Hacienda Family Restaurant, serving Mexican cuisine.

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You can pick up fresh red potatoes, onions, chilis and all sorts of fresh produce while you're at La Hacienda Family Restaurant and Mexican supermarket.

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Owner Maria Magana delivers chips and salsa to a table full of hungry customers at her Mexican restaurant called La Hacienda.

By JERRY MEISENHEIMER

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Hurricane Irma left some areas along North Ridgewood Drive in Sebring looking like a bombed-out city. But, in the midst of it all, you’ll find an oasis that is a pleasant surprise. Virtually unaffected by the storm, stands La Hacienda Family Restaurant at 825 N. Ridgewood Dr. You can’t miss the bright red roof and the ‘open’ flag waving out front.

Raul and Maria Magana relocated to this location about a year ago. Formerly, they were near the Sebring Police Station for 16 years and became well known in the area for their food and their Mexican supermarket.

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