MOORE — Taco Mayo’s Moore location on South Telephone Rd. re-opened its doors on Tuesday following some exterior and extensive kitchen renovations that began on July 29.
The Moore location is the 15th Taco Mayo to convert to its new “Fresh Mex” menu featuring “create your own” burritos, nachos and salads. Still available are grilled favorites, the Quesadilla Melt and the Mexicali grilled burrito. The new menu still includes most of the long time classic items such as crispy beef tacos, soft beef tacos, bean burritos, tostadas, taco burgers and potato locos, all value priced.
“The new Fresh Mex Taco Mayo has been a huge success over the last 18 months as we continue to re-image many of our restaurants around the state”, said Randy Earhart, Taco Mayo’s Chairman and CEO. “We have developed a very loyal customer base here in the Metro and we are excited to upgrade the Moore restaurant to our newest image. We are focused on serving the finest products in our segment and providing the best service in town.”
The new Taco Mayo is preparing fresh made tortillas all day long for the made-to-order burritos and soft tacos. Our tortilla chips for the create-your-own nachos are prepared fresh daily using 100 percent vegetable oil and our salad bowls are “baked” fresh. The Guacamole is prepared fresh, never frozen and avocados are hand cut daily.
“We use only 100 percent real cultured sour cream and we shred our cheddar and jack cheeses daily from the block,” Earhart said. “We use 90 percent lean seasoned beef with no MSG and the same great flavor we have had since 1978.”
The new Fresh Mex burritos, nachos,and salads also come with a choice of chicken or steak, cooked fresh all day long on a patented flat grill.
Taco Mayo customers will still experience the popular salsa bar with fresh-made salsas, including a new mild tomatillo salsa and the new spicy Pico Diablo made with fresh cut ingredients. One of the newer features of the Fresh Mex Taco Mayo is Coca Cola’s newest high tech beverage machine call the “FREESTYLE” which offers over 125 drink choices.
“Our customers can now expect quality products you might regularly find at higher-end fast casual restaurants at much better prices,” said VP of Operations, Tom Stanley. “With the addition of our new ‘fresh mex’ products to our traditional menu, we are offering our customers the best in variety, quality, and service”.
Headquartered in Oklahoma since 1978, Taco Mayo has offered customers quality quick-service Mexican food at competitive prices for over 34 years. By integrating new products like fresh-made tortillas and build your own burritos, nachos and salads into the existing traditional menu, Taco Mayo continues striving to satisfy its customers demand for high quality products.
To view a full menu and find more information go to www.tacomayo.com.