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What’s on the Horizon for Fuzzy’s?

We’ve been everywhere, man.

We’ve been everywhere, man.

Crossed the deserts bare, man.

We’ve breathed the mountain air, man.

Travel, we’ve had our share, man.

We’ve been everywhere.

Thanks for the intro, Johnny. As Mr. Cash so eloquently recounted for us, through the years Fuzzy’s Taco Shop has spread its taco goodness from sea to shining sea. We love each of our locations equally (no, really, we do) but can’t help but get excited to introduce even more Fuzzy’s to the U.S. map.

It’s a chance for new faces, new places and new “mmm” moments for the aforementioned faces to experience. Remember your first Fuzzy’s taco? Aren’t you excited for these newbies to have their first Fuzzy’s encounter? We know we are.

So, here are the new Fuzzy’s Taco Shop sites and a fun little tidbit about each one:

Omaha, Nebraska – Opening September 2016

Since 1950, Omaha has been the home of the College World Series. It’s also hosted some world-class swimming meets, figure skating championships and the International, an equestrian jumping competition. We get it, cornhuskers, you like sports.

Ames, Iowa – Opening September 2016

Home of Iowa State University, Ames was once named one of the Top 10 Places to Live in the United States by TIMEmagazine.

So that would also make it the Top 10 Places to Eat Tacos, right?

Las Vegas, Nevada – Opening September 2016

It would take 288 years for one person to spend a single night in every hotel in Las Vegas. Throw some Fuzzy’s tacos in the mix and that’s not a bad way to live.

Tuscaloosa, Alabama – Opening October 2016

Home of the University of Alabama, T-Town (“Title Town”) is located in west Alabama on the Black Warrior River, named in honor of a great chief who had a legendary encounter with explorer Hernando DeSoto hundreds of years ago. The settlers named the place Tuscaloosa, which is derived from the Choctaw words “tushka,” meaning warrior, and “lisa,” meaning black.

Roll tide.

Longview, Texas – Opening October 2016

Why the long view?

Texas outlaw Bill Dalton was a 19th-century gunslinger who with his brothers made up the infamous Dalton Gang. After parting ways with his fraternal outfit, he started a new Dalton Gang with some other bandits and robbed the First National Bank of Longview on May 23, 1894, shooting their way out of town.

Longview’s a lot safer now, we promise.


League City, Texas – Opening October 2016

League City, located between Galveston and Houston is the third-largest boating anchorage in the United States. Or how about this for accolades? It was ranked as one of the Top 10 Smartest Cities in Texas by The Business Journals’ On Numbers, one of the Best Small Cities in America by Money Magazine, America’s Top-Rated Smaller Cities by Grey House Publishing, Best Urban Garden (Helen’s Garden) by the Houston Chronicle and Best Place to Live, Best Fire Department and Best Police Department according to Bay Area Magazine.

So, basically, it’s the best.

Naples, Florida – Opening November 2016

Speaking of the “best,” Naples, Florida, isn’t too bad itself. Not only did the Travel Channel name it America’s Best All-Around Beach in 2005, it’s home to the annual Mullet Festival. No, not business in the front, party in the back kind of mullet. The fish.

McAllen, Texas – Opening November 2016

Okay, seriously, these new Fuzzy’s location cities are epic. McAllen was named on Forbes magazine’s list of Best Cities for Jobs. Plus, it’s smack dab in the middle of butterfly and bird migration paths, so the butterfly and bird watching is on another level.

Take us home, Johnny. We’re coming to:





Las Vegas

League City



We’ve been everywhere.