One of the few enchiladas dedicated restaurants has closed its doors to customers after serving North Dallas for almost a year according to a Dallas Morning News article from October 15. In it they say,
“Far North Dallas Dallas enchilada restaurant Lada is closed, confirms co-owner Jennifer Huen. But she’s saying it might reopen.
She cites hiring issues and maintenance as the reasons the restaurant is not open — and a sign on the door says “closed for repairs.”
Lada’s menu featured enchiladas but never disappointed customers with other Mexican food which they hand prepare in the restaurant according to a CultureMap Dallas article from October 12. It reports,
“Their menu featured six enchiladas including beer-braised chicken, steak with cheddar cheese, carnitas, and shiitake mushroom, plus a trio of tacos. Tortillas were to be made in-house and the menu also included Tex-Mex comfort food, beer, wine, and Micheladas.”
However, when Lada posted on its Facebook page its untimely closing of doors to its loyal customers, many of them supported Lada and hoped for its return. One woman said,
“Lada is my new favorite restaurant! Hope to see you back soon!”
Another woman praised the owner and expressed her support,
Hope you’re back soon!! This is a very difficult time for your industry and you deserve praise for pursuing your dream.
Major Bummer. Hopefully your food art will be back for us all to enjoy soon!!!
Another man expressed his appreciation for Lada,
We will always love you LADA! Please come back to us all soon
Despite the confirmed closing of Lada, one of the owners, Jennifer Huens, said that they will continue talking to the landlord with regards to the keeping of the lease for a possible comeback for Lada. Evidently, the owners are leaning towards the possibility of reopening as people have flocked to support its re-opening.