It has long seemed to me that Taco Bell caters to the "party crowd," with their late night menu, and previous ad campaigns pushing "fourth meal," and "second breakfast." They've apparently decided to cut out the "middle man." Rather than waiting for their customers to come in for that late night "party food" after imbibing elsewhere, they've decided to start selling alcohol. The fast food giant plans to open 300 locations without drive thru service. The restaurants will, instead be "cantina style," according to Food & Wine. The focus will be on large cities like, Los Angeles, Boston, and New York. Lafayette's not a "major" city, but I think this would do well here. What do you think?