WATCH: Here's Why The Original Henry's Restaurant is Demolishing a Building


SAN ANGELO – The Original Henry’s Restaurant on Sherwood Way is demolishing a building on the property making room for more parking. 

According to a social media post by The Original Henry’s, demolition began Wednesday on the building directly behind the restaurant. The building will be demolished to pave the way for an extended parking lot. The video can be viewed HERE.

Crews can be seen working to demolish the old building in the video below: 

According to signs on the restaurant’s front doors, Henry’s is closed until Tuesday, August 16, 2022 for vacation. San Angelo LIVE! has reached out for comment.

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It is really not that different from other Tex-Mex available in San Angelo.  While I grew up on Tex-Mex, I really prefer the interior Mexican cuisine one can find in places like Dallas, San Antonio, or Austin.  You can't find that in San Angelo.

When I visit San Angelo, which I do several times a year, I hit Franco's when I have a yearning for Tex-Mex.  If not that then Fuentes'... which I used to hit on Avenue K back in the old days.

I will say that Henry's needed to address the parking.





I think thousands upon thousands of people would disagree with you .When you say Henry's is no different from another places  in San Angelo, considering thousands of people come from all over Texas just to eat there. Also considering it's so packed that they actually needed to  additional parking.. 

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