tel. 254-756-55113000 Speight Ave, Waco, TX 76711
Central Texas Used Car Giant In 1955 an unknown mechanic named Charlie Marstaller opened Marstaller Motors in Waco Texas with a few tools, a tool box, and a dream. 55 years later Marstaller Lincoln is still in business and is one of the top selling Lincoln Franchise dealers in Central Texas. Charlie wouldn't stand for anything less than a Top Ranked Service Department complimented by a state of the art Body Shop to service our customers vehicles. Service before and after the sale is what has kept Marstaller in business in the same location for over a half a century. Whether you need inexpensive transportation or want a higher end pre-owned vehicle, there is a good chance we have what your looking for. If you dont see what your looking for, ask about our "Vehicle Locator Service" We also have "Certified Highline" vehicles for those customers looking for Mercedes, Lexus, Lincoln, Acura, Volvo etc... NEED FINANCING? We have over 20 lenders on hand to earn your financing business. We are seeing the best interest rates in over 20 years. Call us for pre-approval! Credit Issues? We also offer a "Fresh Start" financing program for good customers that have had some bad times and need to get their credit turned around and going back in the right direction If you require more information or would like to place a "Buy It Now" price and end an auction early please contact Darrin Locking @ 1-254 652-7907or email us at DLocking@gmail.com Apply for Vehicle Financing Internet Specials Marstaller Service Department Contact Us
tel. 254-756-47013815 Franklin Ave, Waco, TX 76710
La Fiesta Restaurant & Cantina has been serving the people of Waco great Tex-Mex food for 50-plus years. Owner Sam Castillo Jr. continues the high standards of La Fiesta, which has been voted Waco’s favorite Tex-Mex restaurant for more than a decade.His family is one of the oldest restaurant families in Central Texas, with more than 85 years of south-of-the-border cuisine. Patriarch Antonio Castillo Sr. began the legacy when he opened The Aztec Café in downtown Waco in the 1930s.Today, a fourth generation is involved in the business with Sam’s daughter and son, Lynsey Castillo-Ochoa and Samuel Castillo, as well as his sister Vicki Castillo Libby and niece Alanna Hernandez.The many years of service extend to La Fiesta’s employees as well— David Boyter, Louis Salinas, Anita Guthrie, Gippy Fuentes, Sharon Dean and Debbie Raper have worked there for 30+ years. La Fiesta’s commitment to quality Tex-Mex cuisine includes decades-old family recipes, particularly its chile con queso, chili con carne and famous hot sauce, which is requested by La Fiesta fans around the world and shipped. All menu items are made daily with fresh ingredients.Castillo takes pride that La Fiesta features grilling over mesquite wood to give its USDA Choice fajitas a distinctive flavor. Customers can choose from a wide variety of menu items, including signature enchiladas, street tacos and Texas-style favorites.New and exciting things have been in the works at La Fiesta. The family is remodeling the entire restaurant to better accommodate their guests. There are also NEW specialty menu items arriving for the summer! Want to order lunch for the office? Call La Fiesta for a delivery. In addition, a spacious banquet room can host up to 80 people.
Waco police arrested two men and are searching for another after alleged shooting and reckless driving incidents Sunday night near the Heart O’ Texas Fair & Rodeo.
Josh Bryson got up early Wednesday morning to go bow hunting for deer near Mount Calm.
The statue of former Baylor University quarterback Robert Griffin III that stands outside McLane Stadium has been vandalized.
Fans of celebrity renovators Chip and Joanna Gaines on Monday navigated around fresh-poured sidewalks, extension cords and makeshift plywood ramps to get to their new Shangri-La of home décor.
The Baylor University board of regents voted Thursday to rescind an honorary doctor of humane letters degree the school awarded to Bill Cosby in 2003.
Hewitt resident Cindy Stiles is now paying attention to just about every drop of water from her faucets, even thinking about the price of her showers.
As work continues on turning the collection of rusty silos at 601 Webster Ave. into a multiuse area downtown, Chip Gaines said he and his wife, Joanna, are getting more excited about the potential the site holds as a retail marketplace, mecca for food trailers and headquarters for the Gaineses’ Magnolia Homes business.
In the predawn hours in downtown Marlin, dozens of children board buses with blinking yellow lights that shuttle the highest-performing students and state money away from the failing Marlin Independent School District.