N.J. Mexican eatery reopens months after car accident damages building


New Jersey restaurant The Mexican Food Factory has finally reopened after months of building repairs.

The eatery reopened on Tuesday, June 14, according to a Facebook post. It is located at 601 W. Route 70 in Marlton.

“Please bear with us as we work off the rust after being closed for a few months, but we look forward to seeing you all in our restaurant again,” the company shared in the post.

The South Jersey restaurant had been closed since March as it dealt with building damage caused by a car accident.

”Unfortunately, due to a motor vehicle accident involving our building, we will be closed for the foreseeable future,” the company posted on March 14.

Known for its mix of tradition Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine, the restaurant offers tacos, quesadillas, nachos, craft beer and a lengthy tequila list.

The Mexican Food Factory was originally opened in 1979.


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