"People would come through on drive-thru and say, 'could you please leave a little off the top, '" said Taco Bell COO Mike Grams.
Taco Bell, the go-to, open-all-night solution for a taste for tacos that creeps up on you at midnight is known for its drive-thru service.More news: Trump Threatens 'Total Destruction' of North Korea in First UN Speech
On the menu will be sangria, beer and Twisted Freezes - slushies with rum, vodka or tequila.
The redesigned dining locations will be appearing in major cities such as Nashville, New York, Pittsburgh and Detroit.
Grams added "currently, there are already roughly 6,000 Taco Bell restaurants nationwide, but expanding the urban footprint, in particular, makes sense".More news: 'You're a Liar:' 'Dreamers' Confront Pelosi Over DACA Negotiations With Trump
The stores will open by 2022, mostly in urban areas.
The company has already tested the idea at seven locations across the country including Chicago, Las Vegas and San Francisco.
Big cities like Detroit, Pittsburgh, Nashville, and NY will have the Cantinas created to express the local vibes with artwork, open kitchens, and digital menu boards.More news: What we learned from the Chicago Bears loss to the Buccaneers
Taco Bell announced the plan to sell alcohol at select locations back in 2015. That could very well be a possibility in the near future at your local Taco Bell. Yum Brands, Inc., which operates Taco Bell, KFC and Pizza Hut, reports earnings, Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017.
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