TYLER, TEXAS —With fried tacos, quail fajitas and barbecue ribs, Posados Café Inc. has steadily built a solid name in Mexican casual dining after starting 20 years ago as a store called Mercados in this northeast Texas city. Now, with 14 restaurants in its portfolio and a new loan to help fund expansion, owner Andrew Gugar and his team plan to add one to two new units a year in the next five years, including a smaller sibling called Posaditos this spring. —With ...

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