Taco Bell to get rid of drive-thru, add booze in 300 new locations

Beer and twisted Freezes are sold along with Mexican-inspired food at a Taco Bell Cantina restaurant on September 22, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. The restaurant is Taco Bell's first to serve alcohol. Along with the regular fast food menu guest can also order beer, wine, sangria and twisted Freezes which can be mixed with rum, tequila or vodka. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Taco Bell is planning to open more than 300 new locations with a very different layout, Food & Wine reports.

The plans call for the new locations to be “cantina style.” They will not have a drive-thru – but they will serve alcohol.

“The majority of the new ‘urban in-line’ locations will serve beer, wine, sangria, and Twisted Freezes, aka slushies with tequila, rum, or vodka,” according to Food & Wine.  “Come to think of it, a Cheesy Gordita Crunch with a tequila Twisted Freeze sounds like the perfect pairing.”

Taco Bell has already tested the idea at seven locations across the country, according to Business Insider.  One of those locations is in Las Vegas:

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The “cantina style” locations, which are mostly planned for urban areas, will open by 2022.