Taco Bell franchisee Diversified Restaurant Group, which has 300 units, is reopening a Taco Bell in Reno, Nevada, after a remodel to upgrade its design. A ribbon cutting will be held Monday, July 10 at 10 a.m., according to a press release.
The Taco Bell features an open kitchen, a custom menu and an urban restaurant design with the to-go customer in mind. The layout includes a pick-up window for when the dining room is closed, an indoor vestibule that allows delivery and pick-up orders to get food faster without waiting in the drive-thru line and dedicated pick-up parking stalls. The location leverages the latest technology to incorporate a pre-pay window and a digital store with ordering kiosks.
“The design not only looks beautiful, but it puts the ease and convenience for the customer front and center with multiple delivery and to-go options,” SG Ellison, president and CEO of Diversified Restaurant Group, said in the press release. “This new store allows us to accommodate more transactions, especially during peak ordering periods, and also best accommodate our guests however they choose to dine, whether it’s in the restaurant, through the drive-thru or picking up to-go orders.”
Diversified Restaurant Group has multiple QSR operations in Nevada, California, Kansas, Missouri and Alaska.