If you're fan of the chain and their tasty offerings, then you will probably know that that once was a Taco Bell located near to Kenmore Square on Comm Avenue. Sadly that establishment closed a while back, and Boston residents were left with having to make a trip to West Roxbury or even Cambridge in order to get that Taco Bell fix. Luckily this new, high-end, Taco Bell is set to replace the old Subway which was located on Summer Street. Read on to find out more about this new opening and what you can expect from Taco Bell (hint - it's going to be a lot different from the last store).
A Taco Bell With All the Trimmings
The chain have indicated that they will be opening one of the new hi-tech locations which include alcohol licenses so that you can enjoy a brew while chowing down your Taco Bell favorites. These fancier branches have already popped up in major cities such as Las Vegas, San Francisco and Chicago. In fact, Taco Bell have stated that they are set to open up to 350 new locations over the next five years what including several in the Big Apple.
It's one of the many big moves that this fast food chain are making in recent times. Another change which has hit the headlines is that Taco Bell all developing an extensive vegetarian and vegan menu. They have been working closely with the American Vegetarian Association to ensure that old dishes are properly certified vegetarian or vegan.
No longer well plant-based patrons have to opt for a sorry looking bean taco, now there will be all sorts of salads and heartwarming dishes available to choose from - still with those low, fast food prices. Of course Boston residents have a number of places to go for a taco or two in the meantime. Just some of the longtime favorites include El Pelon, Fenway, Brighton, Chilacates, JP, Casa Verde Taco Bar, JP, Taquería Jalisco, Bennington Street and Angela's Cafe on Lexington St.
There is no word on when this new store is that to open yet so stay tuned for the latest news. If you're a local you can head on down to the old Subway store and check out the refurbishment and opening date. In the meantime, there is always that lovely list of Mexican hot spots to choose from. Enjoy!
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