After briefly closing in September, La Fiesta opens its doorways to the general public once more. The enterprise didn’t pay taxes and was seized, in line with a press launch from the Kansas Division of Income.
The press launch said that the KDOR and the Riley County Division of Income “executed tax warrants and seized the property” of managers Juan and Guillermo Hernandez for “Nonpayment of Retail Gross sales totaling $21,461.59.”
Lizzie Vetter, freshman in biochemistry, mentioned La Fiesta’s closure stunned her.
“[La Fiesta] appears regular, I just like the setting and environment of the restaurant. It’s very colourful,” Vetter mentioned. “I didn’t know in regards to the tax points.”
Kennedy Kaufman, sophomore in advertising and marketing, mentioned she by no means would’ve suspected something was fallacious with the enterprise.
“The waiters had been at all times very nice, so I by no means seen something dangerous,” Kaufman mentioned. “I used to go quite a bit to simply eat and hang around with mates. They’d actually good service.”
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The restaurant closed for 2 days, and reopened after “the enterprise made a suitable cost association,” in line with the KDOR.
Juan Hernandez mentioned he hopes prospects can look previous the restaurant’s tax challenge.
“We’re nonetheless right here, I imply we’ve been right here for sixteen years now,” Hernandez mentioned. “We simply had a tough time there, however now we’re open once more. Identical meals, similar margaritas.”