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The core reason for the success of Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine isn’t our cuisine or atmosphere – it’s our family of good people. Many of us have been with the company since its inception, and yes, many of us are actually related to one another!

Each of us takes pride in providing each guest with an exceptional experience by endeavoring to live up to the sign you’ll find in the back of the house:

Paloma Blanca Practices the Golden Rule.

We will always work to treat our guests as we would want to be treated.

 

WE'RE WORKING TO BETTER OUR COMMUNITY
Since our opening in 1997, Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine has prioritized assisting various area charitable organizations. We currently have ongoing relationships and partnerships with numerous worthy organizations and institutions, including:

 

ALAMO HEIGHTS SCHOOL FOUNDATION

THE ALAMO HEIGHTS SCHOOL DISTRICT & SCHOOLS

(Howard, Cambridge, Woodridge, AH Junior High and AH High Schools)

ALAMO HEIGHTS MULE TEAM

BAPTIST CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES

THE CHARITY BALL ASSOCIATION

ST. PETERS / ST. JOSEPHS CHILDREN'S HOME

UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL - CHILDREN'S FLOOR

THE SAN ANTONIO MUSEUM OF ART

THE TEXAS CAVALIERS
CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

THE WITTE MUSEUM

 

NELLY MENDOZA
VICE PRESEDENT/GENERAL MANAGER
NELLY@PALOMABLANCA.NET

Nelly Mendoza’s history with the restaurant is a great American success story. Born and raised in Veracruz, Mexico, she joined Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine in 1998 as a hostess. Her management ability, work ethic, enthusiasm, and desire to keep improving Paloma Blanca’s operations was evident early on. As a result, she continued to advance from position to position, and was finally promoted to Vice President and General Manager of Paloma Blanca in the Fall of 2003. She now presides over an operation that employs more than 75 employees and serves in excess of 3,500 meals a week.

 

RICHARD PEACOCK JR.
PRESIDENT
RICHARD@PALOMABLANCA.NET
Richard Peacock Jr, one of the original partners that opened Paloma Blanca in 1997, is President and majority owner of WJP Partnership, Ltd., the owner of Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine.
While he ultimately is responsible for overall restaurant operations, Richard is also active in the commercial real estate industry as a broker and developer/investor. He works with his father at Richard M. Peacock & Co., a real estate firm started in 1950 by his grandfather Joe A. Peacock that has historically specialized in the brokerage of income properties. His community involvement has included serving as President of the Texas Cavaliers Charitable Foundation, serving on the board of the Alamo Heights School Foundation, and his Chairmanship of the Terrell Hills Planning and Zoning Commission.  He graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1988 with a B.B.A while majoring in Real Estate and Urban Land Economics.  He and his wife Brooke have twins boys born in 2006.

 

Best Mexican food restaurant in San Antonio by Zagat voters
-- Zagat

Top five restaurant in the Best Casual Dining category
-- Urban Spoon

Best Gluten-Free Menu
-- San Antonio Magazine

 

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