Industry News | January 29, 2016

Fuzzy's Taco Spices Up with Jalapeno Bottle Caps

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Beginning this Monday, all 88 Fuzzy's Taco Shops will have new appetizer on their menus: Jalapeno Bottle Caps, available only until March 13. Like most of the Fuzzy's Taco Shop starters, it is priced under $4, at $3.99. 

These battered and fried jalapeño slices are delicious, spicy, and perfect for sharing.  Using only fresh jalapeños (not pickled or pre-sliced), the jalapeño slices are battered, fried, and topped with our exclusive Fuzzy Dust, then served in a basket with Fuzzy's house-made avocado ranch dressing for dipping.

Available only for a limited time (February 1 to March 13), this new spicy starter is ideal for diners who like to pepper up their meals. Fuzzy’s Taco Shop’s Jalapeno Bottle Caps are a basket of crunchy goodness that would be great for satisfying 'late-night munchies,' and are the perfect complement to one of Fuzzy's signature frozen drinks or ice-cold beers.

Founded in 2001 near the Texas Christinan University campus in Fort Worth, Texas, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is known for its casual fun ambiance, generous helpings of uniquely flavorful Baja-style Mexican fare, and all-day breakfast. Fuzzy's menu features its original take on the Baja taco, which is often referred to as “addictive” thanks to the garlic sauce and Feta cheese that makes it so distinctive. With 88 locations in 11 states, the restaurants serve a wide array of handmade enchiladas, jumbo salads, nachos, burritos, and Fuzzy's signature white queso and chips, as well as a new children's menu, and catering.  Fuzzy’s Taco Shops are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and most locations offer a generous selection of beer, wine, margaritas, and other specialty cocktails, as well as free Wi-Fi and dog-friendly patios. Diners can earn discounts and free menu items via the Fuzzy's Taco Shop "Friends with Benefits" mobile app, available for download on Google Play or via iTunes.

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