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Jose and Sons

327 W Davie St, Suite 102, The Depot, Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 755-0556

The idea behind Jose and Sons is simple: to fully embrace both our family's Mexican heritage and the American south they grew up in. The restaurant is named after our father who twenty years ago made the journey from California to North Carolina in order to pursue his dream of opening a Mexican restaurant. Fast forward to today, and you have five siblings forever shaped by their father's love for hospitality and serving the local neighborhood. At Jose and Sons, they want to carry out this same spirit of joy and community.

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Related Categories: Brunch, Mexican, Outdoor Seating, Restaurants and Bars

Hours of Operation: Lunch: Tues-Fri (11 am-2 pm), Dinner: Tues-Thurs (5 pm-10 pm), Fri (5 pm-11 pm), Sat (12 noon-11 pm), Sun (11 am-9 pm)


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