Tuesday, June 15, 2021
79.9 F
Fort Worth

Fuzzy’s announces expansion in four states

🕐 1 min read

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, the fast-casual Baja-style Mexican restaurant chain that began near TCU, is expanding its presence in Colorado, Florida, North Carolina and Texas, the company announced Feb. 7.

The openings gives the restaurant more than 150 corporate- and franchise-owned locations in 16 states.

“We’re excited about the tremendous growth Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is experiencing in current and new markets to kick off 2019,” said David Catalano, chief operating officer at Fuzzy’s Taco Shop. “It’s always fun to expand in existing markets like Colorado, North Carolina and our home state of Texas; and we look forward to introducing our signature Baja-style tacos, famous chips and queso, and icy-cold beverages to new guests in Jacksonville, Florida.”

The new restaurant locations, open dates and franchise owners include the following:

• 219 S. Hwy. 342, Ste. 140, Red Oak, Texas, opening Feb. 18, by ARGH-Red Oak, LLC

• 4003 S. Medford Dr. 500, Lufkin, Texas, opened Jan. 21, by CS&M Taco Shop, LLC

• 3111 N. Chestnut St., Colorado Springs, Colorado, opened Jan. 28, by RC Fillmore, LLC

• 9805 Sandy Rock Pl., Unit 8, Charlotte, North Carolina, opened Feb. 4, by FTHT Investments, LLC

• 8221-1 Southside Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida, opening late February/early March, by E2 Eateries, LLC

“While our brand standards and menu offerings are consistent across the nation, each franchise owner is the key to creating the unique personality of their Fuzzy’s Taco Shop,” said Catalano. “We’re happy about these openings, and fortunate to have franchise partners who are eager to deliver quality, flavorful food and drinks in a vibrant, chilled-out atmosphere.”

In February 2016, Fuzzy’s sold a 70 percent stake in the company to Atlanta investment fund NRD Capital Management.

Related Articles

Our Digital Sponsors

Latest Articles