Taco Bell is building a craft and taco retail chain.
The chain will open stores and taco shops, offering items like craft beer and artisanal burritos, along with a variety of other offerings.
Here’s how it works.
Read moreTaco Bell has long been known for its tacos.
Its signature dish is the carnitas taco, and it has been on the menu at some of the world’s biggest fast-food chains for decades.
But Taco Bell’s business model isn’t quite what you might expect.
Here are three key takeaways:1.
Craft Taco ShopTaco shops are a great place to learn about the process of making tacos.
You can learn about ingredients, cooking methods, and even how to cook them in the video below.
Taco Shop will be open from Friday, May 2 through Monday, May 10.
They’re open at 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., and will offer a variety a variety or tacos from a variety, of options.
It’s a good place to start if you want to try something new or learn about a specific product.2.
Taco Bell Craft CmsTaco Cms will offer craft craft cms for those who want to experiment with different types of tacos, or want to make new dishes.
The cms will also have ingredients from the brands you might have tried before, as well as other brands.
Taco Cms is also open on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 8 p.p.m.; the two days are the same as Taco Bell, except on Sundays, Taco C, and Taco Bell will be closed.3.
Taco Shop will only accept cash, but not credit cards.
If you’re planning on making tacos in a taco shop, you’ll have to pay with cash, or by credit card.
If you’re buying tacos, you might want to look for a store that offers a cashier and check out the cashier’s instructions.
The instructions aren’t clear on what to do if you run out of cash, though.