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Father and Son-Owned Rango’s Tex-Mex Restaurant Opens in Tysons

The father and son-operated Rango’s Fine Tex-Mex restaurant at 1934 Old Gallows Road is finally open.

The 200-seat restaurant had originally planned to open in November, but opened in early February.

“So far, so good,” said Robert Rosa, one of the two owners along with his dad, Ishmael Rosa. “People have been really nice and the word of mouth [around town] has helped.”

Robert said his goal for the restaurant is to stand out for quality, portions, and a family-friendly atmosphere.

“It’s a great location,” Robert said. “This [kind of restaurant] was in high demand, but there was a low supply in the area.”

The restaurant offers a variety of the usual taco and burrito platters in lunch and dinner varieties. A margarita menu features regular and frozen margaritas, sangria, Mexican beers and mojitos.

Robert also said one of the best parts of the job has been running it with his father.

“It’s been great working with my dad,” Robert said. “I’ve been working with him my whole life.”

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