Repair a busted fridge at a retro-style eatery in Mexico.

    The repairman comes from a family of repairmen.

    They were all on the verge of retirement.

    They needed something new, something they could enjoy.

    So they started fixing broken items on their homes.

    The family would bring them to their favorite restaurants, where they would sit down and enjoy a meal, watch TV and do other tasks, they told me.

    When the owner noticed the decor, he asked them if they were ready to be part of a renovation.

    “We are very proud of our food, but we wanted to do something different,” he said.

    “After much hard work, we managed to bring this restaurant to a state of its original beauty.”

    The restaurant opened in 2012.

    The kitchen is a modern, modern design with a large table and chairs, the owner told me, “just like it was when I was a kid.”

    The dining room has been transformed with a modern table, chairs and a TV, with a wall hanging on the ceiling.

    There is a large wine glass and a large glass table, a small dining table and a table.

    The owner’s son and daughter-in-law helped him with the kitchen.

    It’s been a busy couple of years.

    “When the owner saw our kitchen, he said, ‘Wow, that looks amazing,'” the chef said.

    The restaurant is open six days a week and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch.