City recognizes ‘Aloha Tacos & More’


Aloha Tacos & More started in August of 2019 to help support the owners’ daughter and family, after delivering micro-preemie granddaughter, Sarai, at one pound, seven ounces. Rather than look for a job that would require lots of flexibility, owners Heidi and Eric came up with the idea of Aloha Tacos and More, LLC. Specializing in a Hawaiian-style cuisine, Aloha Tacos offers tacos, quesadillas, nachos, pico de gallo, seasonal enchiladas soup, and their signature tres leches cake. Aloha Tacos is located behind Game On Arcade in downtown Washington Court House, and will be operating on Fridays and Saturdays from 4:30-8 p.m. (Follow them on Facebook, for updated hours). The City of Washington Court House recently presented Aloha Tacos & More with a New Business Plaque. From left to right, Eric Arrington, owner, Pomaika’i Arrington, Chris Batson, Zaylee Arrington, Markkez Ferrer, Chef Sarai Ferrer-Arrington, Heidi Arrington, owner, Jim Chrisman, City Council member, Joe Denen, City Manager, and McKenna Evans, Main Street Fayette marketing.

Aloha Tacos & More started in August of 2019 to help support the owners’ daughter and family, after delivering micro-preemie granddaughter, Sarai, at one pound, seven ounces. Rather than look for a job that would require lots of flexibility, owners Heidi and Eric came up with the idea of Aloha Tacos and More, LLC. Specializing in a Hawaiian-style cuisine, Aloha Tacos offers tacos, quesadillas, nachos, pico de gallo, seasonal enchiladas soup, and their signature tres leches cake. Aloha Tacos is located behind Game On Arcade in downtown Washington Court House, and will be operating on Fridays and Saturdays from 4:30-8 p.m. (Follow them on Facebook, for updated hours). The City of Washington Court House recently presented Aloha Tacos & More with a New Business Plaque. From left to right, Eric Arrington, owner, Pomaika’i Arrington, Chris Batson, Zaylee Arrington, Markkez Ferrer, Chef Sarai Ferrer-Arrington, Heidi Arrington, owner, Jim Chrisman, City Council member, Joe Denen, City Manager, and McKenna Evans, Main Street Fayette marketing.


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Aloha Tacos & More started in August of 2019 to help support the owners’ daughter and family, after delivering micro-preemie granddaughter, Sarai, at one pound, seven ounces. Rather than look for a job that would require lots of flexibility, owners Heidi and Eric came up with the idea of Aloha Tacos and More, LLC. Specializing in a Hawaiian-style cuisine, Aloha Tacos offers tacos, quesadillas, nachos, pico de gallo, seasonal enchiladas soup, and their signature tres leches cake. Aloha Tacos is located behind Game On Arcade in downtown Washington Court House, and will be operating on Fridays and Saturdays from 4:30-8 p.m. (Follow them on Facebook, for updated hours).

The City of Washington Court House recently presented Aloha Tacos & More with a New Business Plaque. From left to right, Eric Arrington, owner, Pomaika’i Arrington, Chris Batson, Zaylee Arrington, Markkez Ferrer, Chef Sarai Ferrer-Arrington, Heidi Arrington, owner, Jim Chrisman, City Council member, Joe Denen, City Manager, and McKenna Evans, Main Street Fayette marketing.

Aloha Tacos & More started in August of 2019 to help support the owners’ daughter and family, after delivering micro-preemie granddaughter, Sarai, at one pound, seven ounces. Rather than look for a job that would require lots of flexibility, owners Heidi and Eric came up with the idea of Aloha Tacos and More, LLC. Specializing in a Hawaiian-style cuisine, Aloha Tacos offers tacos, quesadillas, nachos, pico de gallo, seasonal enchiladas soup, and their signature tres leches cake. Aloha Tacos is located behind Game On Arcade in downtown Washington Court House, and will be operating on Fridays and Saturdays from 4:30-8 p.m. (Follow them on Facebook, for updated hours). The City of Washington Court House recently presented Aloha Tacos & More with a New Business Plaque. From left to right, Eric Arrington, owner, Pomaika’i Arrington, Chris Batson, Zaylee Arrington, Markkez Ferrer, Chef Sarai Ferrer-Arrington, Heidi Arrington, owner, Jim Chrisman, City Council member, Joe Denen, City Manager, and McKenna Evans, Main Street Fayette marketing.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/06/web1_Aloha-Tacos-More.jpgAloha Tacos & More started in August of 2019 to help support the owners’ daughter and family, after delivering micro-preemie granddaughter, Sarai, at one pound, seven ounces. Rather than look for a job that would require lots of flexibility, owners Heidi and Eric came up with the idea of Aloha Tacos and More, LLC. Specializing in a Hawaiian-style cuisine, Aloha Tacos offers tacos, quesadillas, nachos, pico de gallo, seasonal enchiladas soup, and their signature tres leches cake. Aloha Tacos is located behind Game On Arcade in downtown Washington Court House, and will be operating on Fridays and Saturdays from 4:30-8 p.m. (Follow them on Facebook, for updated hours). The City of Washington Court House recently presented Aloha Tacos & More with a New Business Plaque. From left to right, Eric Arrington, owner, Pomaika’i Arrington, Chris Batson, Zaylee Arrington, Markkez Ferrer, Chef Sarai Ferrer-Arrington, Heidi Arrington, owner, Jim Chrisman, City Council member, Joe Denen, City Manager, and McKenna Evans, Main Street Fayette marketing. Courtesy photo