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Our History

Luna’s Tortillas grew from the humblest of beginnings to become considered as one of the most successful Hispanic owned and operated businesses in the Dallas/Fort Worth area today.
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In Our Community

Aside from being known as a great place for patrons to find delicious food products, we are also very aware and in touch with the needs of others.
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In Our Community

Luna's In Our CommunityToday Luna’s Tortillas is proud to play an active part in the community. Aside from being known as a great place for patrons to find delicious food products, we are also very aware and in touch with the needs of others. Here at Luna’s we believe in doing our part by extending a hand through food donations for church related community outreach programs as well as hosting a fundraiser for the Children’s Medical Center every Thanksgiving.

Lion's Club International

The "Pancho Luna Fellowship" Award was established in 2007, to pay tribute to PDG Francisco X "Pancho" Luna. PDG Luna served District 2-X1 for nearly 50 years (including as District Governor in 1975-76) supporting every charity and giving freely of his time and resources. He was most dedicated to the Texas Lion's Eye Bank (now Lion's Sight Tissue Foundation) and was instrumental in changing Mexico Laws to help cornea transplant patients and establishing The Eye Bank of Monterrey, Mexico. PDG Luna, who died 2006 worked untiringly for LS&TF making him synonymous with the work done. For his dedication and Lionistic work in Texas and Mexico, Lion F.X. "Pancho" Luna was inducted into the "Texas Lion's Hall of Fame" in 2001.

Luna AwardsThe Regional Hispanic Contractors Association is proud to honor the achievements of Hispanic women entrepreneurs and the legacy of Maria Luna.  The organization honors these achievements with the presentation of the Luna Awards.  The RCHA Women's Business Conference and Luna Awards is a one day business event held annually.  The event promotes the opportunity for growth, for education, and for assistance to each other.  The proceeds of the luncheon create college scholarships for students each year who might not have had the opportunity to attend college.

Maria Luna Food Service Facility (DISD)

Also, our company and family are honored to have a community park & recreation area, and the newly dedicated Dallas I.S.D. food service facility, both of which bare our Grandmothers name.

DISD FacilityAs an honor to our family to show the impact our grandmother has had on the culture and community of the Dallas Fort Worth area the Dallas I.S.D. has recently named their brand new state of the art food service facility in her name.

The Maria Luna Food Service Facility is located at 1515 Grand Ave, in Dallas. It was dedicated in her name on Saturday, May 3, 2008. It was built with funds from the 2002 bond program; it is a 153,575-square-foot building that houses administrative offices for the Food and Child Nutrition Services Department, a central food service warehouse and commissary, bakery, packaging area and a 189-seat auditorium.

Maria Luna ParkMaria Luna Park

Once known as Maple Ave. Park, it was renamed to Maria Luna Park to better represent the history and rich heritage of the Hispanic community that once thrived in this area. The park is located at the crossing of Maple Ave. and Hawthorne Ave. in Dallas, just east of the Dallas North Tollway. It is a place for community and family to enjoy alike, hosting events, outreach benefits, and music concerts on an annual basis.

Historical Dallas Landmark

Historical Dallas Landmark

The Luna’s name has been synonymous with Hispanic culture in this city since 1924. Did you know that our original location is considered to be a historical Dallas Landmark?

Here at Luna’s we have grown and shared over 90 years of service with our friends in the community and it is our pledge to continue serving you for many, many years to come.

YWCA Centennial Award

100 women YWCA Centennial AwardAs part of its Centennial, the YWCA is honoring the 100 women with the YWCA Centennial Award. Among the recipients of this honor is María Luna.

The women selected to receive the YWCA Centennial Award have made, or continue to make, meaningful and lasting contributions to Dallas in the 100 years from 1908 to 2008. The nominations came from the Dallas community, and the award recipients were chosen from 234 nominees. Through their hard work, passion, dedication and generosity, these legendary women have created and supported institutions, reforms and social services that have molded Dallas into the great city that it is today.

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Luna's Tortillas, Inc
8524 Harry Hines Blvd
Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 747-2661 - Main
(214) 747-5862 - Fax
Store Hours:
Mon-Fri 7am-6pm
Saturday 7am-4pm
Sunday 6am-2pm


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