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Taco Bell Will Be Upgrading To A Futuristic Restaurant With 4 Lane Drive Through

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Taco Bell Will Be Upgrading To A Futuristic Restaurant With 4 Lane Drive Through

Okay #Socialites check Taco Bell Out! Looks like the fast food restaurant will be upgrading their style into a futuristic theme with a 4 lane drive through! The company is going above and beyond by breaking ground on a new dining experience with a restaurant called Taco Bell Defy.

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The new space will be under construction in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. It will be two-stories and 3,000 square foot. According to Thrillist.com the restaurant will be focusing on improving the drive-thru experience with adding extra lanes.

Customers will be able to take advantage of the new Taco Bell experience come summer 2022.

“This new, innovative concept breaking ground in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, will improve a major aspect of the consumer experience: drive-thru speed,” shared by the President of Border Foods Aaron Engler.

Three of the four drive-thru lanes will be mainly dedicated to pick-up and mobile orders, and new screens will allow customers to interact with employees via audio and video with new regulations from the pandemic Taco Bell is trying to stay ahead of the game if something like this ever occurred again.

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Customers will also use a QR code to scan in their orders and receive their order from the “bell-evator,” which will be used to bring customer there food!

Now I don’t know about y’all, but #socialites I would defiantly love to see how this place operates. With technology growing everyday, let’s see if any other fast food resturants expand.

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