Fuzzy's Taco Shop
Fort Worth, Texas–based Fuzzy's Taco Shop, the award-winning, fast-casual, Baja-style Mexican restaurant group, launched its annual "Cups for Kids" fundraising campaign last week. Through the end of March, with every souvenir drink cup sold at participating locations, 25 cents will go to the charity A Wish With Wings, which "grants magical wishes to children with life-threatening conditions."
“Fuzzy’s Taco Shop has a large fan base in St. Louis and we are excited that its unique atmosphere adds new energy to our dining options at Westport Plaza,” says Craig Cobler, senior vice president of development for Westport Plaza. “Our customers can look forward to bold, fast-casual Baja-style options that Fuzzy’s Taco Shop serves.”
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It was a celebration 10 years in the making. And when all was done, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop had a lot more than fond memories to show for its month-long anniversary festivities. The chain will put a major dent in childhood hunger by connecting hungry kids with 750,000 free meals.
At the midpoint of its 10th anniversary celebration, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is ahead of pace in its goal to provide 750,000 meals for hungry kids. Thanks to the generosity of its guests and a few special twists the chain cooked up, it is poised to put a major dent in childhood hunger.
Fans of Fuzzy’s Taco Shop might be surprised that the chain is celebrating its 10th anniversary in July. But they surely won’t be surprised that the fun-loving restaurant has some special twists up its sleeves to mark the occasion.
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, the Fort Worth, Texas-based restaurant phenomenon famous for its Baja style fish tacos and ice-cold beer, is ringing in the New Year with a milestone event, the opening of its 50th location.
The 50th Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is opening today in Dallas at 4740 W. Mockingbird Lane near Love Field. Fuzzy’s store No. 50 is a franchise location owned by Ches Williams with Adam Haig and Shawn Phillips as operating partners.