Taco Restaurant Chain Opens First Missouri Location

Tacos 4 Life’s offerings include a variety of a la carte and in-meal tacos, salads, quesadillas, rice bowls, and sides such as queso rice and refried black beans.

O’FALLON, Missouri – Tacos 4 Life, a restaurant chain based in Conway, Arkansas, opened its first Missouri location in O’Fallon, Missouri on Tuesday.

The 3,778 square foot building is located at 2998 Highway K, the former site of a Steak ‘n Shake in the O’Fallon Crossing Mall. The restaurant has drive-thru and enough indoor seating for 114 people and 28 seats on a covered outdoor terrace.

The restaurant is currently only open for indoor dining and does not yet accept steering wheel or on-call controls. The new location is open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and closed on Sunday, according to the company’s website.

Tacos 4 Life’s offerings include a variety of a la carte and in-meal tacos, salads, quesadillas, rice bowls, and sides such as queso rice and refried black beans.

Franchisees Matt and Jacy Rose operate the new location, which was announced in May. They have agreed to open more Tacos 4 Life restaurants, but the exact number and locations have not yet been determined, a company spokeswoman told the Business journal this week.

The O’Fallon site currently has around 60 employees and hiring is underway, according to the spokesperson.

Progressive Constructors of Little Rock, Arkansas, who built most of the other Tacos 4 Life restaurants, was the general contractor for the O’Fallon site. Lewis Elliott Architects, the project architect, also completed several earlier projects for the chain.

Tacos 4 Life was founded in 2014 by husband and wife team Austin and Ashton Samuelson. To further the chain’s mission to help end world hunger, she donates 24 cents – roughly the cost of a meal – to Minneapolis-based Feed My Starving Children for every taco, salad , quesadilla, bowl of rice or nachos sold.

Read the full article on the St. Louis Business Journal website.

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