Taco Bell Cheltenham reveals its opening date

The wait is almost over for Cheltenham’s newest restaurant, Taco Bell, with the Mexican fast-food joint announcing when it expects to open.

Cheltenham’s new Taco Bell has confirmed that it is opening the doors to its High Street restaurant on Wednesday 22 December 2021, delighting Mexican food lovers across the county.

Taco Bell Cheltenham will be the American fast food chain’s first restaurant in Gloucestershire, with it also announcing it will be opening a drive-thru Taco Bell restaurant in Gloucester.

Situated on the same site Caffè Nero previously occupied on Cheltenham’s High Street, it was revealed that Taco Bell signed a 10-year lease on Wednesday 20 October 2021.

Hungry Gloucestershire diners and taco enthusiasts can look forward to getting their hands on a menu featuring signature spicy volcano burritos, stacked quesadilla cravings boxes, sweet treats such as cinnamon twists, and new items such as the ‘chalupa supreme’ too.

Taco Bell Cheltenham is expected to open on Wednesday 22 December 2021, operating from 10am until 11pm.


By Zoe Gater


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Tuesday 21 December 2021

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