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By Mary Hanbury
July 14, 2016
The menu at a Taco Bell Cantina restaurant lists alcoholic beverages for sale on September 22, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. The restaurant is Taco Bell's first to serve alcohol. Along with the regular fast food menu guest can also order beer, wine, sangria and twisted Freezes which can be mixed with rum, tequila or vodka.
The menu at a Taco Bell Cantina restaurant lists alcoholic beverages for sale on September 22, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. The restaurant is Taco Bell's first to serve alcohol. Along with the regular fast food menu guest can also order beer, wine, sangria and twisted Freezes which can be mixed with rum, tequila or vodka.
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Las Vegas is about getting even boozier.

Taco Bell announced Tuesday the opening of its latest Cantina restaurant on the Vegas strip this fall.

The 24-hour restaurant will serve up beer and twisted freezes – bright blue and green frozen drinks that can be mixed with rum, tequila or vodka – along with a tapas style taco menu.

The new Cantina joins two other branches that opened up in Chicago and San Francisco last year. Vegas will now become their flagship store, sprawling across two floors, with a large outside dining area directly across from the Cosmopolitan Hotel.

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The chain’s move away from drive thrus is part of an expansion into urban markets. Taco Bell says Atlanta, New York and Boston could be next in line.

If you don’t fancy a taco but still want an adult beverage with your fast food, head to BK Whopper Bar, Chipotle or Shake Shack, which also sell alcohol.

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