Black Rooster Taqueria’s Curry Ford website opens next week

Black Rooster Taqueria’s Curry Ford website opens next week

Friday 12 November 2021

by Fayaz Kara Yom Friday 12 November 2021 in a 4:03 PM

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  • Black Cock Taqueria Carrie Ford

It’s been a year since we posted news of the Curry Ford West for the Black Rooster Taqueria, so we’ll reveal it now: It opens on Tuesday.

As we reported last November, BRT’s second location at 3097 Curry Ford Road will be twice the size of the original Mills Avenue and feature a pet-friendly outdoor patio with plenty of seating and enough room for patio games and spill tacos.

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Expect the double garage doors installed inside the space to open when the weather permits (and the weather has been great lately).

Soft working hours will be from Tuesday to Saturday from 5 to 10 pm

When the Curry Ford location opens fully in a few weeks, its clocks will mirror the original Black Rooster Taqueria clocks in Mills 50, plus they’ll serve brunch (deets coming).

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