Grand Prairie, TX

Tex-Mex Blue Goose Opens in Grand Prairie

Steven Doyle
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Blue Goose Cantina is ready to fiesta as it opened its Grand Prairie location on Tuesday, April 11 with a ribbon cutting that included Blue Goose executives, as well as members of Grand Prairie city council and Grand Prairie Independent School District
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Grand Prairie is one of the largest Blue Goose Cantina restaurants with more than 7,700 square feet and a 302-seating capacity. It currently employs approximately 250 team members. The newest location boasts a grand patio, an extensive bar area, the restaurant’s famous wood fire grill, the legendary tortilla factory, and, of course, warm hospitality and excellent service. Warm colors, Loteria artwork, and gorgeous tile don this newest location. The restaurant even includes a display of a chef’s coat from Dubiski Career High School and football jerseys from the high schools.

The menu includes Blue Goose’s famous fajitas, top shelf queso, homemade tortillas, enchiladas, tacos, margaritas, and more. Established in 1984, Blue Goose Cantina brings together fantastic made-from-scratch Mexican food, legendary cocktails, top-notch service, a fun atmosphere, and a kick-ass attitude.

Doesn't Tex-Mex sound wonderful about right now? And Blue Goose offers favorites that with satisfy most Texans that will send their palates back in time. What dishes would you order now?

A division of Peterson Management Group, a family-owned and operated restaurant management company, Blue Goose currently has seven North Texas locations in Frisco, Plano, Highland Village, McKinney, Grapevine, Fort Worth and now in Grand Prairie. For more information, including menu and locations, visit


Peterson Management Group is a family-owned and operated restaurant management company with 12 restaurants located across North Texas. Founded by Bob Peterson and Scott Holyfield, two guys with larger-than-life personalities, it all started in 1983 with eclectic seafood shack restaurants, Aw Shucks and Big Shucks Oyster Bar.

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