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Mucho Si to Bring Mexican Flare to Richland County Fair Food Scene


Mucho Si owners Desiree Guillen Molina and Chucky Molina.

A new culinary attraction is coming to this year's Richland County Fair. Mucho Si will be occupying space under the grandstand, selling their popular variety of Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine.

Desiree Guillen Molina and her husband Chucky are the owners of Mucho Si, and together they have helped to make the restaurant a staple eating establishment in Sidney. According to Molina, they are both proud and excited to be serving food at the fair this year.

According to Molina, there will be a limited menu at the fair booth. "I think we're going to be very busy, with lots of traffic," she stated. "We're thankful to be doing this. It will all be plated food. It's hard to have typical food-on-a-stick fair type food, but we will have fajitas and large burritos for everyone who comes by."

Molina is a native of Minnesota, and her husband, Chucky, is from Honduras. The two started in January 2015 at their location in Sidney.

"Everything is made in house," Molina said. "It's all made from scratch. Even the salsa is from scratch. There isn't one thing that we don't make. Even the chips are fried right here."

Molina encourages Mucho Si patrons to check the Facebook page during the week of the fair, to make sure the restaurant will be open, saying, "Our plans are to keep the restaurant open during the fair, but make sure to check our Facebook page as hours may vary."

"It means a lot to be a vendor at the fair. It's not necessarily easy to get in. We want to be a part of this community, and we love our customers. Local customers, in particular, are our biggest supporters," Molina concluded.


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