Pistolero’s Turns One This Month, With A New Sibling On The Way

By | June 17, 2014

Eater Houston highlights Montrose’s Pistolero’s one-year anniversary by asking owner Shawn Bermudez — who is himself a Montrose resident of over a decade — questions about the Mexican-themed bar’s first year in business. Bermudez tells Eater, “We have been fortunate to have been well received by the neighborhood and couldn’t be happier with the support they have given us.”

He also dishes that one of the most well-received menu items is their “Bad Ass Hambur-Torta” which marries the best of the traditional Mexican and American sandwiches. It goes down all the better with one of their signature margaritas, which are only $3 between 4-8 p.m. Monday through Friday.

In addition to Pistolero’s sister Montrose establishments Royal Oak, Boondocks, food trucks Golden Grill, Koagie Hots and retail spot Pavement, Bermudez estimates his newest Montrose project, Stone’s Throw — a cocktail bar — will be open by the end of this month. Congratulations on the new family member.

One response to “Pistolero’s Turns One This Month, With A New Sibling On The Way”

  1. Great place for soccer too if you wanna avoid the madness of Firken and Galway. And that guy Larry is a bad ass!

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