Celebrating Hispanic Small Businesses

Editorial Team

2 min read
Collage of Hispanic business owners

To celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month, we’re spotlighting these Meet the Merchant stories featuring Hispanic and Latinx merchants who are continuing the successes of their businesses with the help of Clover.



Gonzo’s Rock and Roll Pizzeria

Arturo Garza of Gonzo’s Rock and Roll Pizzeria in Sandwich, Illinois, found a way to merge his passion for live music and pizza making by opening up his music venue eatery. This pizza pro is continuing the legacy of serving his mentor’s “original crust” pizza to his dedicated customer base while spotlighting local musical talents.  

Physical Therapy of Milwaukee

Dr. Sylvestra Ramirez, clinic founder and director of Physical Therapy of Milwaukee in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, took notice of the healthcare disparities that she and others within the Hispanic community have had to face when accessing care. With the help of her award-winning team of physical therapists, Ramirez serves her community with her practice that specializes in pain management and mitigation.

Reyna’s Tacos

Leslie Reyna of Reyna’s Tacos in San Angelo, Texas, along with her husband, transformed an old gas station into a local taco sensation where customers can kick back and enjoy freshly made tacos while watching the latest Dallas Cowboys game.   

Lulu’s Mexican Food

Roxanne Mein, Director of Catering, Brand Development, and Online Ordering for Lulu’s Mexican Food taquerias in California, shares how she assists in bringing executive chef Lourdes “Lulu” Lopez’s traditional Mexican cuisines to Bay Area locals.

Un Solo Sol

Carlos Ortez, owner of Un Solo Sol in the Boyle Heights neighborhood in Los Angeles, takes a naturopathic approach in dishing out flavorful foods from his native El Salvadorian roots infused with other delicious dishes from around the world.

Ricky Styles Studio

Ricky Barragan, owner of Ricky Styles Studio in Seattle, Washington, transformed his childhood job into a fulltime passion and profession with his non-binary, non-gender specific blonde and balayage hair studio.

Tapi Go!

Clarissa Aguiar of Tapi Go! in Toronto, Ontario, has taken tapioca, a staple of her homeland in Brazil, to another level with the tapioca quick-serve restaurant. The Latinx business owner and her husband took a leap of faith on their tapioca business idea and opened their first restaurant amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Read more of our Meet the Merchant stories for real-life stories of small businesses in action all over the country. Want to be featured in this series? Fill out our questionnaire, and if we can include you in a future interview cycle, we’ll send you an invitation! 

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