Taco Bell Ditching Drive-Thrus To Start Selling Alcohol In 300 Locations

 

Taco Bell plans to open 350 "Cantina"-style locations over the next five years that will sell alcoholic beverages.

The fast-food chain will also have to do away with its drive-thru option at these new restaurants.

The redesigned dining option will be placed in major cities such as Nashville, New York, Pittsburgh and Detroit. 

More than 50 new locations will open in Manhattan, alone.

Taco Bell first announced its plan to include booze on its menu in 2015, starting with beer, wine, sangria and twisted Freezes.

 
 
 

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