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¡Bienvenidos a Hecho!

Hecho en Oak Park

was established in October 2017 by Chef Saul Garcia. Hecho en Mexico is an export logo for Mexican made products to notify the buyer where their product comes from. Saul wanted to use the same concept to allow his consumers to understand where his fresh and flavorful products originate from, this is where the restaurant’s name “Hecho en Oak Park” was created. Hecho is an authentic Taqueria, where corn tortillas are made fresh from scratch every day, cucumbers, strawberries, and pineapples are modeled and limes are juiced to shake delicious margaritas. Created in 2017 and inspired by the cuisine & culture of Mexico Hecho opened its doors to offer some of the best Mexican antojitos (lit. little cravings). Our menu consists of some of the most traditional dishes of Mexican cuisine.

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Our specialty is planting seeds in this world, it is a unique way and strategy for everyone to start gaining instead of losing.
We want to reinvent the way we think about food and people, but it starts with a little help and push within ourselves.
A spark of light will definitely shine throughout the dark clouds our past fellows had created, we will find a place of harmony for each and everyone,  but the rest is for them to really find themselves within.  Reprogramming the state of mind and consciousness.

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Chef Saul! 

Originating from Mexico, Hecho en Oak Park was established in October 2017 by Chef Saul Garcia. Hecho en Mexico is a label that is placed in Mexican-made products to notify the buyer where their product comes from. Saul wanted to use the same concept to allow his consumers to understand where his fresh and flavorful products originate from, this is where the restaurant’s name “Hecho en Oak Park” was created. With 10years of food industry experience, Saul wanted to relocate to a community where he would be able to share his delicious and unique recipes with people who would be able to appreciate the different flavors of Mexico.