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Little to no industries have felt the impact of coronavirus as the restaurant industry. Being forced to close doors, lay off staff, and remain unopen for months due to safety measures have left restaurants in a tough place moving forward. For some, sadly, their business didn’t survive the pandemic and will have to be closed for good, but for others, it was a chance to grow and expand for when the global pandemic begins to clear up. That’s where Jorge Cueva, better known as Mr. Tempo, finds himself amongst the pandemic, itching to get back to normal and striving to set himself in a better position going forward.
On May 5th, 2021, Jorge Cueva, better known as Mr. Tempo, will be opening his 5th King and Queen Cantina in Los Angeles, California. Normally drawing in a millennial crowd, King and Queen Cantina offers a friendly environment with opportunities to take nice photos, grab food and drink, or hang out with a good group of friends. Offering options for everyone, King and Queen Cantina will quickly become one of the hottest destinations in the Los Angeles area.
“This will be the most important year of growth for my company, which I have been building for three decades,” said Cueva. As they look to quickly gain popularity in the area, King and Queen Cantina look to keep their service standards high and offer the experience that they are so well known for. Their one-of-a-kind service makes guests feel welcome and comfortable during their time in the restaurant and keeps customers coming back for more.
Mr. Tempo is up to his usual shenanigans and upholding the reason he was deemed the “Michael Jordan” of the restaurant industry with his newest expansion into the city of angels. King and Queen Cantina is unparalleled in the restaurant industry and is blessing the city of Los Angeles with its newest opening. Keep up with the progress and opening details of King and Queen Cantina as you are sure not to want to miss out on this place.
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