For the first time in its history, 7-Eleven will work a corporate-owned drive-thru restaurant at one of its locations. The chain has collaborated with Laredo Taco Company, which serves tacos on handmade flour tortillas produced using scratch, for the project.
The new drive-thru is situated in Dallas, Texas, associated with a restaurant with indoor seating, which additionally shares space with 7-Eleven’s most current Evolution location, as per a press release from the organization.
The 7-Eleven Evolution locations are frequently where the organization debuts its most up to date drink creations, including smoothies, shakes, sodas, flavored waters and cold brew coffees. Up until this point, the organization has opened Evolution locations in Dallas, New York, San Diego and Washington, D.C.
“This is delicious news for customers of both 7-Eleven and Laredo Taco Company,” said Chris Tanco, 7-Eleven executive vice president and chief operating officer. “7-Eleven is known as a beverage destination, and Laredo Taco Company makes some of the best quick-serve Mexican food anywhere. Throw in the convenience of grabbing a taco paired with a Slurpee drink through a drive-thru, and it’s a match made in heaven.”
Laredo Taco Company is known for serving food not regularly remembered for menus at quick-service restaurants, including beef barbacoa, chorizo, carne asada and breakfast tacos made with newly cracked eggs. The press release affirmed that clients at the new location will likewise have the option of ordering 7-Eleven Slurpees with their drive-thru orders.
The drive-thru associated with the 7-Eleven Evolution location will be open from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and close an hour later on Fridays and Saturdays.