People of Liverpool, get ready! It’s official – Taco Bell, pioneer of Mexican-inspired cuisine is continuing its Live Más march across the UK with the opening of its first restaurant in Liverpool on Thursday 29th March.

The first 100 fans on opening day will receive a free, limited-edition Taco Bell Liverpool inspired t-shirt to wear with pride at the opening. And that’s not all…. Taco Bell Liverpool reveals an exciting collaboration with local graffiti artist Paul Curtis. Paul will be creating a bespoke piece of graffiti artwork for the opening which customers will be able to witness when the doors open on 29th.

The store is set to open on Liverpool’s bustling Bold Street, seating almost one hundred people, spread across two floors and traditionally decorated in the brand’s urban Live Más style. The menu will feature the famous popular eats in Taco Bell restaurants all over the world, including the Crunchwrap Supreme, quesadilla, tacos and burritos. Customers will be able to witness their food being made fresh to order, with the option to enjoy with a Sol Cervezas beer or a frozen cocktail. Tap into the free Wi-Fi and charging stations for portable devices, perfect for those on the go, or caught running out of power mid-shopping.

Ellen Gault, Marketing Leader, Taco Bell UK & Europe said, “We’ve seen so much love for Taco Bell throughout the UK, especially in the north, and have had an outstanding number of requests for a Liverpool restaurant. We are extremely excited to open in such a vibrant city and be able to welcome the people of Liverpool through our doors to experience our delicious Mexican-inspired food!”

The new store will be open from 10.00am on Thursday 29th March, usual opening hours
will be 10:00am – 02:00am every day and will be found at Taco Bell, 8 Bold Street, Liverpool, L1 4DS.

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