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I HEART TACOS announces expansion in Bullhead City

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August 2023

BULLHEAD CITY – I HEART TACOS, a popular local Mexican restaurant, has announced plans to open a new location at 3699 HWY 95, Bullhead City, AZ, in the Target Shopping Center. The restaurant, known for its quality and fresh tacos, has seen remarkable growth over the last five years, leading to this exciting expansion.
The announcement was made on the restaurant’s social media page, where they expressed their gratitude for the community’s support. “We are beyond grateful for all the support our community has shown us. None of this would be possible without you guys!” the post read.
The new location is set to open in the target shopping center, with the exact opening date to be announced soon. The restaurant also revealed plans to add new items to their menu and offer a full-service sit-down Cantina for customer convenience.
One of the most significant improvements with the new location is the addition of seating, which has been a challenge for the restaurant in the past. Despite these changes, the restaurant reassures its patrons that their business model will remain the same, focusing on fair prices and high volume.
For more information about the new location and updates on the opening date, follow I HEART TACOS on their social media page or contact them at +1 928-763-3221. You can also visit their current location at 4558 S, AZ-95 #6, Fort Mohave, AZ 86426

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