Mexican restaurant in Iowa goes viral for sign: 'No love, no tacos'
A Mexican restaurant in Iowa has gone viral after erecting a sign reading “No Love, No Tacos” in response to backlash over an earlier sign some customers called too political. Alfonso Medina, owner of La Carreta Mexican Grill in Marshalltown, erected the first sign in August at the entrance to the restaurant’s parking lot. It read "We...
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