Beer and margaritas coming to some Taco Bell locations

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Citing the renewed liveliness of urban and even "downtown" areas, Taco Bell's Chief Operating Officer, Mike Grams, reminded the same outlet that the restaurant "isn't afraid to try new things". Brands, the parent company of Taco Bell, is trying to attract younger, hipper patrons with its new mixed-drink menu.

The chain aims to make its presence known in urban areas, where most of the new stores are slated to open.

And they'll be serving up a pretty wide selection of alcohol, Food & Wine reports, ranging from beer, wine and sangria to slushies spiked with tequila, rum and vodka.

Detroit, Pittsburgh, Nashville and NY are next in line to get them, according to the report.

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Taco bell plans to serve alcohol at 300 new locations as part of its expansion into urban markets, the fast food chain announced Tuesday.

There are now 6,000 Taco Bell restaurants nationwide, but expanding the urban footprint, in particular, makes sense.

Taco Bell is adhering to its motto, "Live Mas".

But you can't just take something like the drive-thru away and give nothing back in return. You couldn't afford it. Taco Bell has already fulfilled the vision of drive-thru-less, alcohol-served restaurants. They'll also feature "shareable" food items like chicken fingers and nachos, according to Eater.

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