They are always friendly here. I feel like there is always a line as well. I don't think I have seen a Taco Bell busy like this.
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My wife and I frequent Taco Bell quite often because they have a good number of offerings that cost only a dollar, plus they offer a free senior drink. People in this area who are living on social security, find this restaurant a good place to "stretch" their income.
It was late and we were hungry. Being a group of seven, we ordered three of the Twelve Pack Tacos. They were delicious and the clerks had a good sense of humour as I asked when I began my order... "Are you ready for us??" They got a good laugh and so did we.
Over the years Taco Bell has become very expensive. Very poor quality, overly priced food. Used to be a good place for a cheap burrito. Now you're better off spending your hard earned money at a local Mexican restaurant and get better quality food for the same price.
OK, Mexican is not Mexican. If you need to have a fast food Mexican place, this will do. If not, find a local person and ask them where the good stuff is. This chain is usually consistent across the U.S.
Had some really bad food at this location. I filled out their survey and never received a response/apology. Very surprised!
dont go there after 10 the drive thru cashier zack is always hitting on the females and it makes me feel very uncomfortable and he always asking for numbers
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