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Tacos de trompo and bistic at Tacos Vitali.On the first day Tacos Vitali’s brick-and-mortar restaurant opened in northwest San Antonio, in early March, it made just $200. On the second day, the business made $700, still not enough to cover its expenses. On the third day, a minister from nearby Oak Hills Church was dining there and asked why he was the only customer. “We asked him to bless the business,” says owner Oscar Breton Echeverria Gonzalez. “We prayed. After that, people came. They showed up ten minutes later.” Echeverria wept with gratitude. For the next two months, Tacos Vitali, housed in a former Sonic Drive-In, had a line every day stretching to the red-and-white picnic tables out front. “You can have good food, money, but if you don’t have God you don’t…

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