Thursday, November 19, 2015

First Taco Bell Saved from Demolition

As my friend Jim points out, it wasn't all bad news this week!

Los Angeles Magazine reports:
When executives at Taco Bell found out that the Downey building that housed their first restaurant was at risk of being demolished, they ordered the store “to go.” The birthplace of the Mexican fast food chain, located on Firestone Boulevard, is up on rails and ready to roll. Founder Glen Bell built the mission style building in 1962 and on Thursday night at 10:30, store “Numero Uno” will begin the 45-mile ride to company headquarters in Irvine. Taco Bell’s future plans for the structure remain under wraps. 
Read on HERE.

1 comment:

Eric said...

They should donate it to Greenfield Village. :-)

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