At Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, we really love what we do. We love tacos. We love burritos. We love sopapillas, chips and queso, enchiladas — the whole 9 yards. We started this joint because, well, we’re obsessed with Mexican food and wanted to put our own spin on it.
So we really love it when we get to spread the joy and open up even more Fuzzy’s Taco Shop locations. It’s a special feeling for us, knowing that people all over the country will get to experience our tacos for the very first time. If they’ve enjoyed them before, now they can enjoy them over and over again.
Not that we appreciate our other shops any less, but we’d like to take a minute to celebrate our new locations. These are some standout U.S. cities, and we tip our sombreros to them for bringing Fuzzy’s to town.
So let’s get to know our new guys and go around the room and hear one fun thing about each one, shall we?
Altamonte Springs, Florida – Now Open
Located in Seminole County, the city is located just north of Orlando. Altamonte means “high hill” in Spanish. Que bueno.
Fort Myers, Florida – Now Open
Out of all the cities in Florida, Fort Myers has the highest amount of days with sun. You best bring your shades.
Round Rock, Texas – Now Open
Located 15 miles north of Austin in the famous Texas Hill Country, Round Rock has been ranked one of the safest cities with a population of 100,000 or more in the United States since 2007. You can enjoy those tacos in peace.
Colorado Springs, Colorado – Now Open
Colorado Springs is home to Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. At least in the show. It was filmed in California, but nobody needs to know that.
Brandon, Florida – Now Open
Brandon came to be when John Brandon, his wife and their six sons move from Mississippi to Florida, bought 200 acres and gave the land their surname. More than 100,000 people live there now.
Temple, Texas – Opening Soon
Temple has had a lot of nicknames in its day, including Mudville, for its thick blackland prairie soil; Tangle Foot, for both its mud and for its rep as a wild frontier town; and Ratsville, for, well, on account of all the rats. Thankfully, things have changed.
Royse City, Texas – Opening Soon
Royse City was named after Garrett Burgess Griffin Royse, the seventh of 14 children. Talk about being the middle child…
Houston, Texas (Meyerland) – Opening Soon
Houston is bigger as a city than the entire state of Maryland and area-wise could contain New York, Boston and San Francisco combined. Houston Fuzzy’s, we (almost) have liftoff.
Waco, Texas – Opening Soon
Dr Pepper was invented in Waco at the Old Corner Drug Store in 1885. This was one year before Coca-Cola was invented. No comment on whether we like one over the other.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Chisholm Creek) – Opening Soon
“Sweet Brown,” the viral internet star who coined the phrase “ain’t nobody got time for that” on the local news, is from OKC. So, that’s a thing. This store is also extra special to us as it’ll be our 100th Fuzzy’s! You won’t want to miss this opening bash.
Orlando, Florida (East Colonial) – Opening Soon
It’s been estimated to take 67 full days to experience everything there is to do in the city of Orlando. And soon Fuzzy’s Taco Shop will be one more.