Historic Taco Bell at Concord Pike in Talleyville Gets a New Look

Taco Bell is one of the most famous trademarks of the American fast food chains. If you are used to the familiar Taco Bell architecture while driving across Concord Pike in Talleyville, you may soon be seeing the last of the way it looks right now.

The company is planning to revamp the architecture as every 30 years, restaurateurs believe in changing the look. Taco Bell is famous for its Tex Mex cuisine and also Spanish cuisine. The building built in 1981 in Concord Pike in Talleyville was razed to the ground and the sign has been kept in the storage as it has a certain historic value.

Taco Bell sits between two roads and looks down over the two lanes of traffic near Silverside Road. Summerwood, based in Conshohocken, Pa. Many Taco Bell fans have expressed disappointment over the changing of its look, and the management believes that though the style of architecture is still popular, it would be better for the company to revamp itself in order to welcome a new era of Tex Mex cuisine. It would be interesting to see how the new Taco Bell would look.

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Via: Delaware Online

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