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Lisa Galvan is Back in Business With Lunada Tex-Mex Grill

Nobody will really say what happened between Luna de Noche and Lisa Galvan. She was one the founders and owners of the small Tex-Mex spot in Garland that eventually spread across Dallas. Seems like it’s been about two years since she “left” the corporate office so I am assuming she has fulfilled her non-compete clause. Today comes word Galvan is back with Lunada Tex-Mex Grill at 2560 King Arthur Blvd. in the Castle Hills community.

Galvan’s partner in Lunada is Gerald Walker (former president of the Greater Dallas Restaurant Association), Arnold Nitishin (partner and principal in CT Restaurant Management Services Group), and Galvan’s son, Vance, who has managed several full service restaurants. They plan to open “in December.”

UPPITY DATE: Note from Galvan: “ The last two years I have spent concentrating on the passing of HB 240 which involves legislation on the maintenance and installation of Septic Tanks.  I lost my only Granddaughter Alisandra who had just recently turned three to drowning in one. The Bill was signed by The Governor on 06-17-2011 and became effective 9-1-11. That day was bittersweet.”

One comment on “Lisa Galvan is Back in Business With Lunada Tex-Mex Grill

  1. I live in Castle Hills and we heard that Lunada Tex-Mex has decided not to open. I don’t know if they are postponing or have simply decided not to locate here in Castle Hills.