The casual-dining chain will debut the new Abuelo's Taqueria this fall
Food Concepts International is planning a fast-casual spinoff of its Abuelo’s Mexican Restaurant in late October with the opening of the new Abuelo’s Taqueria in its home base of Lubbock, Texas. The 41-unit Abuelo’s casual-dining chain has designed the Taqueria concept to offer Mexican items as well as salads, vegetables and house-made sauces and salsas. The unit will also serve beer and margaritas. Robert Lin, president of Lubbock, Texas-based Food Concepts International, ...
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