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Pictured is the No Name ($4.99) dessert — a plate of Mexican doughnuts with powdered sugar, cinnamon and caramel drizzle — Taco Patio in Lockport. Photos by Thomas Czaja/22nd Century Media
The nacho supreme ($7.49) comes with meat, cheese, beans, tomato and olives, topped with sour cream and guacamole.
Abhinanda Datta, Assistant Editor
2:36 am CST February 17, 2020

A strong focus on building relationships within the community is what drives this eatery serving Mexican fare in Lockport.

According to Taco Patio co-owner and restaurant manager Nasia Katris, unlike a franchise, “Our priority isn’t to make money.”

“Growing up in the restaurant business, I know from personal experience that a family-owned business has an advantage, because you’re going to have the family there,” she said. “If there’s a personal touch, they’re more in touch with the community or the needs of people. That’s the priority with us.”