Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Photos: Taco Cabana’s new Stemmons store shows off stylin’ redesign
Some things never change, though, like patios, late nights, and beer.
DALLAS With its late-night hours and fast-casual concept, Taco Cabana is a standard for partiers in search of "fourth meal" sustenance and soccer moms and dads needing a breakfast burrito refuel after early Saturday games. You might think all Taco C's are the same, but this week, a Dallas store opened a redesigned concept.
The San Antonio-based chain's new design adds an interesting new visual with modern themes.
The chain's newest Dallas location on Stemmons, officially open as of October 23, is the first in Dallas proper to feature the stylish redesign, and the second in North Texas, following a new Allen store's July opening. It emphasizes the chain's push toward a synergistic marriage between traditional Mexican flavors and styles and its contemporary customer base, they tell us.
"Our inspiration comes from accurately reflecting the flavors of Mexico – from our restaurant design, to the decor, to the music we play, to the fresh ingredients blended into our made-from-scratch recipes," said interim COO Todd Coerver.
Taco Cabana intends to implement the new design in all 160 locations by early 2014. The new Stemmons store is open 24 hours and is planning a to-be-announced customer appreciation event in November.
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