Taco Bell Plans New Locations That Will Serve Alcohol

Taco Bell Plans New Locations That Will Serve Alcohol

Taco Bell Plans New Locations That Will Serve Alcohol

According to Food & Wine, Taco Bell will open hundreds of locations in the United States with a revamped "cantina style" layout that does not accommodate drive-thrus and tacks on beer and liquor to the menu.

Employees wait on customers at the Taco Bell Cantina restaurant on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, in Chicago, Ill.

Your late night craving for a Taco Bell crunchwrap may soon be without the convenience of a drive-thru window. They won't have a drive-thru but will serve alcohol.

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The new restaurants will be "cantina-style" with new artwork, open kitchens and digital menu boards.

The new cantina-style spots will be mostly in Detroit, Pittsburgh, Nashville and NY with plans to open at least 50 in Manhattan, according to the report. "This brand more than any other isn't afraid to try new things". The fast-food restaurant is a national chain specializing in Mexican cuisine. The move is reportedly part of Taco Bell's plan to make a larger presence in urban areas. Get rid of drive-thrus and begin serving alcohol, according to a report.

Taco Bell's chief operating officer credits millennials' moving into downtown areas helping to revitalize urban areas.

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