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4 Taco Bell Restaurant Redesigns Prove That Change Is Good

Bet you didn’t think a Taco Bell could be more beautiful.

Taco Bell restaurants are getting a makeover. *Cue the applause*. We have four new restaurant designs that launched in Orange County, California, and they’ll probably be on your list of Taco Bells to visit as soon as humanly possible. Trust us, they’re cool. While each of the four designs has a different look and feel, they all truly express the Taco Bell you’ve grown to know and love. Here are four new Taco Bell restaurant redesigns that prove change is good:

The Heritage restaurant design is inspired by Taco Bell’s roots in Spanish Colonial Mexican heritage. Presenting the food in a backdrop of warm white walls, classic tile materials and heavy timbers, Heritage is a modern interpretation of the original mission style Taco Bell restaurant.

14042 Red Hill Avenue in Tustin, California
California Sol
The California Sol design is inspired by none other than Taco Bell’s birthplace, California. California Sol celebrates the active outdoor California lifestyle, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor.

4101 Jamboree Road in Newport Beach, California
Urban Edge
The Urban Edge design delivers a slightly more elevated Taco Bell look that makes itself at home in urban cities like Chicago and New York. It is reflective of international high street style and is inspired by timeless design married with cutting edge urban sensibility.

303 W. Imperial Hwy, Brea, California
Modern Explorer
The Modern Explorer design is inspired by the farm to table movement, reinforcing Taco Bell’s commitment to preparing food using the best ingredients. Modern Explorer uses an open kitchen concept in the restaurant so can watch your food being prepared right in front of you.

2246 S. Grand Avenue, Santa Ana, California
Photography by Gamma Photography Studio.

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