Taco Bell is ditching drive-thrus, adding booze

Taco Bell is ditching drive-thrus, adding booze

Taco Bell is ditching drive-thrus, adding booze

Some cantina locations have already been opened in locations such as Las Vegas. The website said big cities including NY are part of Taco Bell's plan.

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

"The majority of the new urban in-line locations will serve beer, wine, sangria, and Twisted Freezes, aka slushies with tequila, rum, or vodka", according to Food & Wine. Other Mexican chains, such as Moe's and Chipotle, have embraced the concept of serving alcohol in its stores as well.

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Taco Bell outposts that now serve alcohol are in Chicago, Cleveland, San Francisco and Las Vegas. More specifically, the chain wants to make its presence known in urban areas. This new initiative will probably serve as a super popular decision for the Tex-Mex brand, but it'll definitely be weird to see the restaurants without those handy drive-thrus so no one has to see how many tacos you're ordering on your own at 2 a.m.

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".

Your late night craving for a Taco Bell crunchwrap may soon be without the convenience of a drive-thru window.

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