Please rise and put your hand over your heart.
O beautiful for spacious booths,
For amber salsa stains,
For loaded taco majesties
Or simply ordered plain!
America! America! So much Fuzzy’s for me,
And crown thy food with sauce, so good,
From sea to shining sea!
You may be seated.
Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is spreading its Mexican goodness across this great nation at a record-setting pace.*
*Not sure if it’s really setting records, but it’s pretty impressive nonetheless!
Now what’s unique about Fuzzy’s, is that we’re not some corporate beast that mandates all its locations be exactly the same. We embrace the communities in which we land and enjoy having unique stores from coast to coast.
Unless you’re planning a Fuzzy’s road trip to see/taste it all for yourself, you’ll just have to take our word for it. Here are some of the differences in the different Fuzzy’s outposts across the country:
Denton South: You’ll find a giant UNT stadium mural on the ceiling. Mean Green fans don’t have to look far to remember who the home team is.
Stillwater: Offers swing seating at the bar. Best to time your bites with the swinging motion. Just some friendly advice.
Thornton: There’s a wood pallet wall, making for a little rustic flair for a Colorado setting.
Austin (Guadalupe): Contains a “Hook ’Em” mural. No burnt tacos, but plenty of burnt orange.
Gainesville: Features a veteran wall/mural. Something to remind guests of the sacrifices made so we can eat tacos in freedom.
Decatur: Still has the original pressed tin ceiling from the late 19th century. If it’s not broke, why fix it?
Lawrence: Built in a historic dance hall from the flapper days. Much of the original dance floor can still be seen today. History is delicious.
Colorado: All of the four Colorado stores serve green chili salsa because that’s how Colorado rolls. No other state can claim that. Your move, Utah.
Mineral Wells: Hello, brick beer garden! We repeat: Brick. Beer. Garden.
Oklahoma: All of the OK stores (and the Arvada and Thornton, Colo., stores) serve a dessert we call the Fuzzball, which consists of vanilla ice cream covered in cinnamon Rice Krispies, deep fried and covered in chocolate. (Um, excuse me, but you’re drooling on your keyboard.)
Mansfield: With its outdoor fireplace, you can enjoy your Fuzzy’s bundled up around the fire during the colder months (not as ideal in the summer, obviously).
Tyler: 50-plus different bottles of beer. Tyler gets straight to the point: Whatareyahavin’?
Argyle: Its giant wooden pavilion is the ideal hangout spot for any and all taco lovers.
Deep Ellum: A live music venue is attached to this location, making it possible to be eating a jumbo burrito while front row at a concert. That’s gotta count for something.
Lincoln: Giant Great White Shark. Enough said. Of course, it’s not real or in any way capable of taking a bite out of your leg (or your tacos), but it’s the only Fuzzy’s that has one.
Texas Motor Speedway: As TMS would say, “At 200 MPH, things can get fuzzy!” Open during major race weekends, this Fuzzy’s plays host to two major NASCAR events, an IRL event and two nationally televised car shows every year.
So there you have it. Fuzzy’s are all about freedom, and that’s pretty obvious when you see our eclectic assortment of franchises across the country. Come find out what’s unique about your local Fuzzy’s today!