Taco John’s is reopening its Rapid City, South Dakota, restaurant today. The Campbell Streete location was the brand’s first franchisee-owned location, according to a press release.
The building began as a trailer without a dining room or drive-thru and has evolved. The brand has built a new building next door to the original location.
“This will allow us to continue to provide the best possible customer experience for the next 50 years,” Lisa Williams, general manager at the location, said in the release.
The Rapid City location is now owned and operated by Pentex Restaurant Group, which has owned and operated several Taco John’s locations over the years.
“As a partner of the Taco John’s brand already, we are committed to delivering the same exceptional dining experience that the community has cherished for decades,” Brett Itterman, Pentex CEO, said in the release. “The decision to build a completely new structure at Cambell Street represents our dedication to serving our loyal guests.”
Taco John’s operates more than 370 quick-service Mexican restaurants across 23 states.