Austin’s taco chain Torchy’s Tacos to open two stores in the Orlando area in 2022


Friday, December 3, 2021

Through Alex Galbraith on Fri 3 Dec 2021 To 12:34

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Like most places in America in 2021, obscene wealth has corrupted what once made Austin great. A welcome asset in this era of extreme gentrification and heightened uninhabitability for all but the privileged few is an abundance of places to grab a few tacos for a relatively cheap price. Torchy’s Tacos is far from the best of them, but it is perhaps the most ambitious.

The chain that started out from a food truck in 2006 amid rapid expansion and Orlando is next in line. Torchy’s is coming to Central Florida with two locations in 2022: a location in Altamonte Springs this summer and a location in Orlando in the fall.

The Altamonte Springs outpost has a firm location. Sources at Torchy say they plan to open at 999 N. State Road 434. The Orlando spot will be somewhere in the Vineland Pointe mall.

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