Despite Taco Bell's exciting plans to serve alcohol at its fancy new restaurant in San Francisco, it turns out the only location that currently offers boozy slushie drinks, beer, and wine is the first of the company's urban-themed "Cantina" restaurants, located in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood. But now, it appears that several more boozy T-Bell restaurants are -- finally! -- coming soon, according to big plans Taco Bell revealed on Tuesday.
The company said it's currently eyeing Atlanta for its next Cantina outpost, the restaurant concept that's distinguished from your typical T-Bell by things like an open kitchen, local artwork, food served in open baskets, shareable menu items, and -- most importantly -- alcoholic beverages including beer, wine, sangria, and "Twisted Freezes" (spiked frozen drinks). However, a Taco Bell spokeswoman said boozy Taco Bell won't be coming to Atlanta. Fortunately, Taco Bell's alcohol-soaked plans don't end there, as it hopes to open booze-slinging restaurants in "numerous cities across the US" like New York and Boston as well as smaller metro areas like Austin, Berkeley, Fayetteville, and cities in Ohio.