Permit allows work toward Tony’s Cantina in Mandarin

Landlord Sleiman Enterprises is preparing space toward build-out in Crown Point Plaza for the Mexican restaurant.

Tony’s Cantina intends to open in Mandarin in Crown Point Plaza.
Tony’s Cantina intends to open in Mandarin in Crown Point Plaza.
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The city issued a permit Nov. 7 for landlord Sleiman Enterprises to prepare space for build-out in Crown Point Plaza for Tony’s Cantina.

The Rock Hill, South Carolina, restaurant appears to be the tenant for the 5,235-square-foot space at 10131 San Jose Blvd., No. 12, according to the permit and a Sleiman Enterprises site plan.

Target Contractors Inc. was permitted for work toward a future bar area. The project cost is $39,263.

Crown Point Plaza along San Jose Boulevard in Mandarin. Landlord Sleiman Enterprises shows Tony’s Cantina in unit 12.

Crown Point Plaza is at San Jose Boulevard and Crown Point Road in Mandarin.

Tony’s Cantina Jacksonville LLC registered its name with the state May 2, led by Ely Villanueva Diaz, Antonio Ramirez Herrera and Victor Ramirez Herrera, all of Fort Mill, South Carolina, and Antonio Ayala of North Charleston, South Carolina.

The filing describes it as a full-service Mexican restaurant.

A certificate of use application to the city shows Tony’s Cantina will have at least 80 seats.

The Tony’s Cantina Mexican Grill Facebook page does not refer to Jacksonville.



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