Plain City welcomes Mi Sombrero Express

Messenger photo by Jeff Pfeil
Elizabeth Limon (center, holding scissors) and her husband, Adolfo (to her left) prepare to cut the ribbon on their new business, Mi Sombrero Express, a Mexican restaurant located at 900 Village Blvd., Plain City. Also on hand for the Jan. 26 ceremony were restaurant employees and representatives of the Madison County Chamber of Commerce, village of Plain City, and local law enforcement.

(Posted Jan. 30, 2024)

Residents of and visitors to Plain City now have another dining option.

Mi Sombrero Express opened in late December at 900 Village Blvd. Owners Elizabeth and Adolfo Limon held a grand opening celebration on Jan. 12 and a ribbon-cutting on Jan. 26.

“It’s been going well. Everyone’s been very nice. It’s so nice to finally get open and meet everybody. We’re loving it here,” Elizabeth said.

The Plain City restaurant is the second location for the Limons who also own Mi Sombrero in Sunbury, a larger version of the same concept. Adolfo has been a restaurant cook for over 25 years, and Elizabeth has worked in the restaurant industry for about 15 years. They struck out on their own 12 years ago with the Sunbury restaurant.

The decision to add a second location came at the suggestion of the landlord for their Sunbury location, who also owns the building at 900 Village Blvd. in Plain City. The Limons decided to go for it.

The Plain City location offers a full menu of Mexican favorites, from quesadillas and chimichangas to tacos and fajitas. Churros and cheesecake chimichangas are among the options for those with a sweet tooth. Specials include Taco Tuesdays and Kids-Eat-Free Wednesdays. The guacamole is made fresh daily. Beer and wine are available for purchase. Margaritas should join the menu in March, Elizabeth said.

Hours are: Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Food is available for dine-in, carryout, or delivery via Door Dash. The restaurant can be reached at (614) 504-5470.

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