Taco Casa’s new location held a soft opening Tuesday at 8808 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress. The eatery offers fresh fast food, including tacos, burritos, tostadas, nachos, chili burgers, salads and casa delights, a fried flour tortilla covered in cinnamon and sugar. The chain has locations in Fort Worth, College Station, Dallas and Bryan, among other cities. 979-595-4778. www.facebook.com/tacocasacypress
Taco Casa holds soft opening on Barker Cypress Road
Taco Casa is now open on Barker Cypress Road.
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