El Porton voted favorite Mexican restaurant in Bloomington-Normal!

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Emerging Business Services is excited to announce that our client, Taqueria El Porton, has been voted by Pantagraph readers as one the 10 best Mexican restaurants in Bloomington-Normal! Click here to read the full article.

El Porton opened their doors in August of 2002, aiming to offer a different view on “authentic” Mexican food to the Central Illinois community. And although “taqueria” means taco shop, this family-run business offers much more than just tacos and burritos. They boast a diverse menu of inspired and unique Central Mexican cuisine – all of which is made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and homemade seasonings.

The owners of Taqueria El Porton are focused on serving others and connecting the Bloomington-Normal community through the amazing flavors they create in their kitchen. Located adjacent to the Illinois Wesleyan University campus just north of downtown Bloomington and just south of Uptown Normal at 901 N. Main Street Bloomington, El Porton is easy to find and a great place to grab a quick bite on your lunch break!

Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurism have always been important to us at Emerging Business Services as through entrepreneurs and entrepreneurism our lives are enriched in so many spectacular ways. Thank you Aldolpho, Constantine, Edgar, Omar and Ysenia for enriching our lives and our community with your spectacular restaurant.

To view their menu, visit http://www.taqueriaelporton.com

Double click the image below to watch a video featuring managers Omar and Edgar Navarrete as they highlight all that El Porton has to offer.

Arnold Lovin, CPA
Managing Partner

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