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Taco Bell is growing its fleet of stores that sell booze — here's how they compare to a regular

"Taco Bell Cantinas are popping up in major cities across the US.

The new restaurants are a modern, upscale take on the traditional Taco Bell and feature trendy decor, shareable tapas-style menus,and alcoholic drinks like frozen margaritas and local beer.

Cantinas, along with Taco Bell's "Urban Inline" restaurants, which are similarly decorated but don't serve alcohol, might soon be coming to a street corner near you: Although there are only a couple dozen currently operating in the US, the chain plans to open 300 more by 2022.

I headed to one of the newly opened Cantinas near Penn Station in New York City to see what all the fuss is about.

Here's what the experience was like:"

Read the full article by Abigail Abesamis here.

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