The Fancy Taco Bell That Sells Booze Opened In SF And Here’s What It’s Like
Taco Bell is trying to take on Chipotle with its new "Cantina" locations that serve beer and wine. We checked out the new restaurant in San Francisco.
On Thursday, Taco Bell debuted its first Cantina restaurant in San Francisco. (A Chicago location also opened this week.)
San Francisco's Taco Bell Cantina is located in the city's SoMa district, close to the AT&T ballpark. The first thing we noticed: There's no booze yet.
Although the design inside the cantina looks nicer than your average Taco Bell, the food seems pretty similar to what you would expect to get at any regular Taco Bell location.
However, there are a few items that are "Cantina exclusives," like chicken strips.
The cantina will definitely add a good late-night food offering to the ballpark area. This is some A+ drunk food right here.
And the hot sauces look super hip up against a brick wall.
The most interesting thing about the SF location was definitely the mobile order pickup window.
In summary, Taco Bell Cantina: same food, pretty presentation, booze coming soon.
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