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Taco Bell's San Francisco Liquor License Battle

patsully | Mar 29, 201604:38 PM     17

I'm very surprised that Taco Bell chose San Francisco as their second "Cantina" location. Perhaps the theory is that succeeding in a chain averse city would validate the concept for greater expansion, but I bet they didn't see this result coming.

"For perspective, Lt. David Falzon, the San Francisco Police Department’s liaison with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, says that 10 complaints are generally considered a lot; 200 is “borderline unprecedented.”

Trendy, booze-free Cantina just another Taco Bell

A location in San Francisco may have been a tactical error, however, as the city is pushing back on the Cantina’s application for a liquor license...

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