Published: Thu, September 21, 2017
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Taco Bell to open 300 new locations that will serve alcohol

Taco Bell to open 300 new locations that will serve alcohol

The fast food chain, known for late night stops at its drive-thrus for multilayered, cheesy, beef-filled burritos, will be created to express the local vibes of the areas in which they are located, featuring artwork, open kitchens, and digital menu boards, the report said. Beer, wine, sangria and "Twisted Freezes" are part of the plan.

Taco Bell now operates more than 7,000 restaurants worldwide and 5,604 in the U.S.

Taco Bell is preparing to open hundreds of "cantina style" restaurants across the country with some radical changes, according to a new report.

Citing the renewed liveliness of urban and even "downtown" areas, Taco Bell's Chief Operating Officer, Mike Grams, reminded the same outlet that the restaurant "isn't afraid to try new things".

This May 12, 2011 stock image shows a Taco Bell drive-thru sign.

This is just the latest in Taco Bell's attempt to revolutionize their brand.

Another interesting point: According to Food & Wine, the chain's drive-thrus make up around 55 to 70 percent of its revenue.

Taco Bell is about to put booze on the menu at more than 300 new locations.

The Tex-Mex brand is always looking to flawless a new, even innovative or peculiar item.

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