Although it’s only been a year since Tampa-based Capital Tacos opened its first brick-and-mortar location, the concept anticipates the store count to hit 20 by year’s end, with units opening in Charlotte, Atlanta, Orlando and south Florida.
“2022 proved to be more eventful than any of us anticipated, in the best ways possible,” Josh Luger, co-founder of Capital Tacos, said in a company press release. “We are excited to introduce our brand to so many new people in 2023, across the Southeast and as far west as Colorado. After generating so much excitement in our home market these past several years, we are pleased to have secured such a strong backlog of corporate leases in so many high priority new markets.”
Capital Tacos stands alone in what it offers its franchisees, according to franchisee Bill Hoopes.
“The depth of support given to us by the Capital Tacos team to help prepare us for opening the doors to our franchise was astounding,” he said in the release. “It helped equip us and our team with the tools and insights we needed to come out of the gate swinging. That, along with the unique quality of the product and the strength of the brand, has led to business performance that has far surpassed even our most optimistic expectations so far.”