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Comida to Go!

January 01, 2015

Rosa Camarillo, originally from El Salvador, has worked in the food industry for more than ten years. Since she started her first job she always dreamed on having her own restaurant that will cater to those that love Latin American food. One day, Rosita had the opportunity to make her dream come true when she finally had the resources to start building in Grape Creek (the town where she lives) her first restaurant, Rosita’s Kitchen.

After almost two years of hard work spent on the construction of the building with the help from a family friend, Rosita opened her doors on April 2014 offering Mexican food with some menu items from El Salvador. Rosita’s Kitchen is a family run business. Her husband and kids are part of the staff. The Grape Creek Community were excited to have another option of food in town.

Adviser Havins had the opportunity to be involved in the process of Rosita’s Kitchen from the beginning. Adviser assisted client with loan documents, licenses, marketing, etc. Rosita described the services provided by adviser Havins as “Adriana helped us in the process of starting a business, I am very thankful for her assistance.”

Advisor Havins continues assisting client in marketing as well as other areas involved with the management of the business.

  • Rosita's Kitchen
    Rosita's Kitchen

“Adriana helped us in the process of starting a business. I am very thankful for her assistance.”


Impact on the Community:

Business Start

Four Jobs Created 


Rosita’s Kitchen 
8455 Burrell Road
Grape Creek.

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