Dallas Voice (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 33, Ed. 1 Friday, December 30, 2011 Page: 28 of 44
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As the New Year begins,
some things remain the same —
like the reliable Mario Sulit
a fixture at Hunky's for 15 years
MARK STOKES I Illustrator
Name and age: Mario Sulit, 52
Occupation: Manager at Hunky's Old Fashioned
Hamburgers on the Strip
Spotted at: Hunky's.
Will you have fries with that? This handsome and
vivacious gentleman was born in El Salvador to a
Filipino father and an Italian mother. He came to
the U.S. at age 14 and has made Dallas his home
for the past 30 years. Many people may know
Mario from his 15 years behind the counter at
Hunky's at the corner of Throckmorton and Cedar
Springs — a job he loves. Most of his customers
feel like family, and he's very grateful for them.
You might spot Mario riding around on his Honda
Metropolitan Scooter, his signature vehicle. On
rainy days he drives a black Jeep Wrangler, what
he calls "the gayest car in the car universe."
Namaste: Mario is obsessed with yoga, sometimes
practicing up to 10 times a week. He is also a self-
taught chef/home cook. His favorite cuisines are
Italian and French. He loves to travel and spend
time with his friends and family. His immediate
family is spread all over the place, so his vacations
consist mainly of family visits. Next stop: Peru!
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