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Taco Cabana opened its newest Dallas unit this week, featuring the company's new restaurant design that combines authentic and contemporary elements to highlight its Mexican cuisine.
"We're excited to bring another Taco Cabana location to our fans in Dallas," said Todd Coerver, interim chief operating officer at Taco Cabana. "And the fact that this location will be the first time we're bringing our new redesign to Dallas makes this occasion even more special."
The new design features decorative metal "estrella" lights hanging from the ceiling, papel picado (iconic Mexican paper flag cutouts) accents throughout and large street-life photos from Mexico decorating the colorful walls.
"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," Coerver said. "We want our guests to be able to enjoy our authentic and affordable food in a fresh new environment that blends together both traditional and contemporary Mexican cues for a unique dining experience."
The new restaurant, which is open 24 hours, will celebrate its opening with a customer appreciation event in November.
In July, Taco Cabana debuted its newly designed restaurant in Allen, Texas. The company is currently updating all 160 of its existing locations. The effort is expected to be complete in early 2014.
Check out some of the brand's new design elements here.
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