Vicente and Anna Serrano opened Spanglish in 2013 the business evolved from our love to cook and work together. We met in a small health spa kitchen in the San Fransisco Bay area and were married in 2002. I was born and raised in the Northern Michigan woods. Vicente was raised on a rural coffee farm in Guerrero Mexico before moving to Mexico city. Together we spent a year in Puerto Vallarta Mx. We have tasted our way through 11 Mexican states and much of the U.S. Our food has evolved over 18 years of cooking together, it is bright and flavorful. Our Tamales contain no hydrogenated lard, shortenings or trans fats. Traditional Mexican Food is our starting point but we will bend the rules to make a recipe better. We mix in American ingredients and cooking techniques. We really love what we do and it shows!
Spanglish is a casual quick service restaurant. It is our mission to sell food that is delicious, affordable and made for scratch.
About the Village
Spanglish is located in The Village at Grand Traverse Commons one of the countries largest historic preservation projects. This campus was the former home of the Northern Michigan Asylum.
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