Taco Bell's Cantina recently opened in Cincinnati's downtown, setting itself up as a new urban location that will cater primarily to Millennial consumers. One of the biggest differences between Taco Bell and Taco Bell Cantina is that the latter serves alcohol, including alcoholic version of frozen drinks from the chain like the Mountain Dew Baja Blast.
The design of the eatery boasts a fresh and youthful look, which puts a focus on reclaimed materials, an open kitchen and modernly designed booths equipped with USB charging stations. On the menu at Taco Bell Cantina, there are plenty of shareable fast food options that will be especially appealing to young diners, as they range in price from just $3 to $5.
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