Industry News | October 23, 2017

Tijuana Flats Opens First Location in Lexington

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Tijuana Flats, the fast-casual Tex-Mex dining experience, announced that it is opening its first location in Lexington, South Carolina, on October 23. The new location is the third store that Tijuana Flats has opened this month, and the ninth store to open this year.

Located at 5318 Sunset Blvd., the new store will span 2,450 square feet, and will include 68 indoor guest seats and 34 patio seats.

“As Tijuana Flats continues to expand its presence in South Carolina, we are thrilled to see how local guests are embracing our ‘always fresh’ Tex-Mex and ‘Flat Outrageous’ brand,” says Mason Reidenbach, Lexington area supervisor at Tijuana Flats. “We are excited to share our ‘anything goes’ approach to food and life with Lexington residents.”

Like all existing Tijuana Flats stores, the new location will also feature energy-efficient equipment and environmentally friendly processes, such as menus on recycled paper, water-conserving faucets, and more.

Tijuana Flats will promote the following grand-opening specials at the Lexington location throughout the store’s first week:

Monday, 10/23 – First 50 guests receive a free quesadilla and $5 quesadillas all day

Tuesday 10/24 (and every Tuesday) – Tijuana Tuesdaze: Two tacos, chips and a drink for $5.49

Wednesday, 10/25 – First 50 guests receive a free burrito bowl and $5 burrito bowls all day

Thursday, 10/26 (and every Thursday) – Throwback Thursdaze: Tijuana burrito, chips and a drink for $5.99

Friday, 10/27 – Rock Out Party! $2 tacos and Mexican drafts, and live music from 6-9 p.m., $2 Mexican drafts available from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Saturday, 10/28– Local Hero Day: Police, firefighters, EMT, nurses, teachers, & military get 50% off any entrée with valid ID.

Sunday, 10/29 – Free kids meal with the purchase of an adult entrée.

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