The world's only beachside Taco Bell now serves Booze.
The Pacifica Taco Bell is amazing for its beachfront sees and retro engineering. Presently, after a rebuild that started in November, the chain eatery is back, and it’s got a few energizing unused features.
The enormous news is that it’s presently a Taco Bell Cantina, one of the chain’s eateries that have been updated with alcoholic beverages. Which means lager on draft and in bottles (nearby, imported, and household), alcoholic drinks (margaritas and other cocktails), and wine will be accessible for the beach.
According to Curbed SF, the building was initially built within the late ’60s as an A&W Root Beer establishment, in spite of the fact that it’s been a Taco Chime since the ‘80s. Presently it highlights a wall painting by SF road craftsman Norah Bruhn, a glass-enclosed, indoor/outdoor chimney, and a walk-up window so sandy diners can arrange from the exterior.
Those of us who are big fans of tacos no matter where we can get them, this is a good thing. Tacos at the beach, I think may qualify as a "Cool Ass Idea". What do you think?