Taco Bell's Second Australian Store Is Opening on the Gold Coast Tomorrow
Slinging Tex-Mex meals, frozen margaritas and craft brews.
After first setting up shop in Brisbane last year, and then announcing plans to launch 50 more Australian stores over the next three years, Taco Bell's second Australian outpost is set to swing into operation — at Robina on the Gold Coast.
In great news for southeast Queensland fans of Tex-Mex fare, the US chain is headed to 130 Robina Town Centre Drive. With the store's arrival first revealed back in August, it'll fling open the doors at 9am on Saturday, November 3. And, marking the fact that the eatery first started slinging its wares in California in 1962, it'll give free gifts to the first 62 people through the doors.
Menu-wise, the usual Taco Bell range will be on offer, complete with burritos, quesadillas, nachos and, of course, tacos. For those dining in, frozen margaritas and a range of craft beers will also be available.
Taco Bell's Queensland expansion should come as no surprise to anyone who's seen the lines at the company's existing Annerley store, and the company isn't done with the region yet. New stores for Cleveland and North Lakes have also been announced, with both slated to open at yet-to-be-announced dates this summer. It's safe to assume that some of the chain's other forthcoming spots will also be in Queensland.
Find Taco Bell at 130 Robina Town Centre Drive, Robina from 9am on Saturday, November 3.
Images: Hugo Nobay.
Published on November 02, 2018 by Sarah Ward