CRANFORD - Folklore Artisanal Taco is looking to bring a fiesta to Cranford.

The family-owned Mexican restaurant will open its doors to the Cranford community on Wednesday, July 29. It is taking over the space formerly occupied by Little Buffalo at 101 North Avenue West. The brand opened its first restaurant in 2006, and the Cranford location will be its third (Chatham and West Orange). 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Folklore Artisanal Taco will be limited to takeout and curbside pickup, along with delivery service through Doordash and Grubhub. 

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"Because of the current situation, we are going to leave the grand opening for later in the year with a good fiesta with a lot of people," said owner Sergio Capdevielle. 

According to its website, Folklore Artisanal Taco's history began in Teziutlan, Puebla Mexico in the 70’s with a couple of restaurants called “La Mansion Del Quijote,” “El Cheez,” and “Sergio’s,” before coming to the East Coast. 

Check out Folklore Artisanal Taco's menu and website