Taco Cabana celebrated the opening of its newest North Dallas restaurant, with a grand opening fiesta event. This was the Original Mexican Patio Cafe’s fourth grand opening of its 35th anniversary year.
NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball fans looking for a way to witness the craziness in March firsthand are getting a big assist from Taco Cabana and Sports Radio 1310-AM The Ticket.
The two local icons are teaming up to give one lucky fan a trip for two, including airfare and hotel accommodations, to Austin, Texas, for the third round of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament March 22–24. The winner will be announced March 15.
Taco Cabana, the fast-casual chain with a Mexican patio-cafe environment and true flavors of Mexico-inspired menu, opened its newest Arlington restaurant in Texas. This is the first time Taco Cabana has opened one of its newly redesigned concepts in Arlington.
"We're excited to bring another Taco Cabana location to our fans in Arlington," says Todd Coerver, chief operating officer at Taco Cabana. "And the fact that this location will be the first time we're bringing our newly designed restaurant to the area makes this a special occasion for Taco Cabana and our fans."
Taco Cabana has big news for its fans. The Original Mexican Patio Cafe brought back its popular Shrimp Tampico. The seasonal favorite, served as a quesadilla and soft tacos, has been added as a permanent menu item and is now available year-round.
Made daily with shrimp hand-marinated in the TC kitchen, in a mix of ancho chile and spices, Shrimp Tampico is available at all Taco Cabana restaurants as a shrimp taco or quesadilla.
Fiesta Restaurant Group, the owner, operator, and franchisor of the Pollo Tropical and Taco Cabana fast-casual restaurant brands, announced that Nancy Clark has joined the company as vice president, chief people officer, effective January 10, 2013.
Clark is a highly regarded human resources business leader with more than 15 years of experience at several high-profile and diverse organizations, including J.C. Penney Corporation, PepsiCo, and General Electric Company.
Taco Cabana recently announced it raised more than $73,000 in its annual Taco Treat fundraiser, benefitting the Warrior and Family Support Center (WFSC), and will present a giant check to the organization during a luncheon ceremony at the WFSC.
The WFSC is located in San Antonio, Texas, at Brooke Army Medical Center, a national rehabilitation center for wounded military. This is the second consecutive year Taco Cabana has raised funds directly benefitting the center.
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Taco Cabana founder Felix Stehling died Monday. He was 87.
Stehling opened the first Taco Cabana at the corner of San Pedro and Hildebrand Streets in San Antonio in 1978.
Taco Cabana, a subsidiary of Fiesta Restaurant Group, and Dr Pepper recently launched a contest for college football fans where a grand prize winner will receive two tickets to the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, including airfare and hotel accommodations.
Taco Cabana, a subsidiary of Fiesta Restaurant Group Inc. announces it has sold its two company-owned Albuquerque locations to its local franchisee Mel Sloan. Sloan’s company also owns two other locations in Albuquerque.
Taco Cabana, the fast-casual chain with its Mexican patio cafe environment and true flavors of Mexico-inspired menu, opened its newest Dallas restaurant.
This is the first time Taco Cabana has opened one of its newly redesigned concepts in Dallas.
"We're excited to bring another Taco Cabana location to our fans in Dallas," says Todd Coerver, interim chief operating officer at Taco Cabana. "And the fact that this location will be the first time we're bringing our new redesign to Dallas makes this occasion even more special."