Industry News | June 30, 2017

Chronic Tacos Welcomes 26 New Locations in 2017

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Chronic Tacos is a franchise on the rise. The California-inspired Mexican grill maintains momentum and continues to grow year after year. By the end of 2017, the chain will have opened 26 new locations in the U.S. and Canada, bringing its total to over 50 locations.

Following its 2016 expansion of 50 percent, Chronic Tacos is continuing this growth into 2017 and 2018 by spreading across North America and Canada.

“Chronic Tacos is in full momentum and we don’t see that slowing down anytime soon,” says Michael Mohammed, CEO and President of Chronic Tacos. “The past year has proven that ‘The Taco Life’ resonates all across North America and we’re looking forward to continuing our planned growth into 2018.”

2017 openings include:

  • Birmingham, Alabama (2 locations)
  • Waterfront, BC
  • Bell Gardens, California
  • Burbank, California
  • Clovis, California
  • Hillcrest (San Diego), California
  • Irvine, California
  • Laguna Beach, California
  • Oceanside, California
  • Pacific Beach, California
  • Paseo, California
  • Redlands, California
  • Sacramento, California
  • Fort Meyers, Florida
  • Windermere, Florida
  • Tampa Bay, Florida
  • Alpharetta, Georgia
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • Oahu, Hawaii
  • Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena, Nevada
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Wake Forest, North Carolina
  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Spokane, Washington
  • Tacoma, Washington (Lakewood)

2018 planned openings include:

  • Barstow, California
  • Newbury Park, California
  • Alberta, Canada
  • Denver, Colorado
  • Mid-Town Westside, Georgia

The company will continue their fresh eating mantra with the opening of each new location; ensuring the tortillas stay GMO free, all-natural proteins are used, and stores stock eco-friendly paper products.

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