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$5 for $10 Worth of Mexican Food and Pastries at Marquez Bakery and Tortilla Factory. Two Locations Available.

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Burritos swaddle chorizo and barbacoa fillings and pork tamales escort mounds of rice and beans

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Expires Jan 2nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table or oder. Valid only for location purchased. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Must purchase 1 food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$5 for $10 Worth of Mexican Food and Pastries

Chorizo, barbacoa, and chicharrón fillings snuggling in burritos ($1.50–$1.99 each) are dished up daily alongside breakfast dishes such as huevos rancheros ($5.99). Lunch and dinner entrees include chicken chilaquiles ($6.25) and the tamale plate—three pork tamales flanked by rice and beans ($6.99). See the full menu.

Marquez Bakery and Tortilla Factory

Orbs of freshly made dough chug along the lustrous metallic conveyor belts of Marquez Bakery and Tortilla Factory's enormous tortilla-making mechanism, polka-dotting the chainlink pathways as they're flattened, baked, and morphed into the eatery's trademark fare. The chefs at the family bakery load the disks with traditional Mexican meats, such as chorizo and chicharrón, by hand, whisper "goodbye" to each morsel, and send them off to catered events or the onsite restaurant. They also sate sweet teeth with meticulously constructed custom cakes, harking back to founder Jose Marquez's legacy of selling donuts, pies, and sweet bread from his own home.

Marquez Bakery and Tortilla Factory

Orbs of freshly made dough chug along the lustrous metallic conveyor belts of Marquez Bakery and Tortilla Factory's enormous tortilla-making mechanism, polka-dotting the chainlink pathways as they're flattened, baked, and morphed into the eatery's trademark fare. The chefs at the family bakery load the disks with traditional Mexican meats, such as chorizo and chicharrón, by hand, whisper "goodbye" to each morsel, and send them off to catered events or the onsite restaurant. They also sate sweet teeth with meticulously constructed custom cakes, harking back to founder Jose Marquez's legacy of selling donuts, pies, and sweet bread from his own home.


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  • “Great food”

  • “The cookies are great. I had combo meal and it was awesome.”

  • “Order the asado plate, it has more flavor. The carnita plate was moist and tender but no flavor”

  1. A

    Grand Prairie

    1801 W Polo Rd.

    Grand Prairie, Texas 75052

    972-522-1626

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  2. B

    Arlington

    1730 E Division St.

    Arlington, Texas 76011

    817-265-8858

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