Miguel’s Jr. Announces New Rialto Restaurant Grand Opening May 2nd!

Miguel’s Jr. is pleased to announce the grand opening of newest location in Rialto, California, located in the Renaissance Marketplace. Miguel’s Jr. will host a grand opening celebration on Thursday, May 2 at 3:30 p.m. Marking the first Miguel’s Jr. to open in the city of Rialto, the event will begin with a ribbon cutting ceremony, hosted by Miguel’s Jr. founders Mike and Mary Vasquez and President and CEO Javier Vasquez.

The Rialto location is reflective of Miguel’s Jr. original and classic design aesthetic featuring the convenience of a drive-thru for guests on the go, as well as a full dining area. The new Rialto restaurant will offer all of the latest Miguel’s Jr. menu items including six famous signature burritos, hand rolled in all-natural hand stretched flour tortillas. The menu also includes homemade horchata, lemonade, and the brand new CoffeeChata made with Miguel’s Jr. signature homemade horchata mixed with 100% all-natural premium natural Columbian coffee served over ice.

WHERE: 
Miguel’s Jr.

Renaissance Marketplace

1240 W. Renaissance Pkwy, Rialto CA 92376

WHEN:

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Thursday, May 2, 2019m 3:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

HOURS OF OPERATION:

Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 10pm

Friday – Saturday: 10am – 10:30pm

CONTACT:

www.MiguelsJr.com

Credit: MIGUEL’S JR

Founded in Corona, California in 1975 by Mike and Mary Vasquez, Miguel’s Jr continues to offer superb-quality family recipes in a fast-food environment using premium ingredients, inspired by the cuisine of Central Mexico. With locations throughout Inland Empire and Orange County, Miguel’s Jr is expanding to key markets in Southern California, spreading their unparalleled standard for customer service and reputation for delivering the freshest, best tasting California Mexican food daily.  For more information, including menu items and locations, visit www.miguelsjr.com.


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