Tijuana Flats, an Orlando, Florida-Based Tex-Mex chain, announced that it will open a brand-new franchise location in Noblesville, Indiana, on Monday, November 9. The opening of the store will mark the brand’s second location in the state and the launch of a newly designed prototype including a fresh new look and enhancements to create an exceptional guest experience.  

Located at 17535 Terry Lee Crossing, #700 in Noblesville, the 2,800 square-foot location will seat 126 guests and mark the 124th restaurant in the company. It will also feature the Tijuana Flats famous hot sauce bar in a new design and colorful wall murals with a local edge, complimented by Tijuana Flats hospitality that sets the bar.

In celebration of the grand opening, the restaurant will offer guests a week full of special deals:

Monday, 11/9:

Kids eat free with the purchase of an adult entrée

Tuesday, 11/10:

Tijuana Tuesdaze deal (two tacos, chips and a drink for $6.49)

Wednesday, 11/11 (Veterans Day):

50 percent off for veterans (with valid military ID)

Thursday, 11/12:

Throwback Thursdaze deal (burrito or bowl, chips and drink for $6.49)

Friday, 11/13:

Happy Hour menu promo (all day)

Saturday, 11/14:

Happy Hour menu promo (all day)

Give Back Day

20 percent of sales for the day will be donated to Hamilton County Harvest Food Bank via Tijuana Flats’ nonprofit arm, the Just In Queso Foundation

Sunday, 11/15:

Happy Hour menu promo (all day)

“It is an honor to bring the freshest Tex-Mex around to the Noblesville community,” says Indiana franchise partner John Rowe. “We can’t wait to host our guests as they come out to take advantage of our opening-week specials.”

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