7-Eleven Inc.’s Laredo Taco Company has opened its first corporate-owned drive-thru restaurant in Dallas at its sixth “Evolution Store.”
Laredo Taco Company patrons place orders at a kiosk in the back of the unit and pick up drinks and food at the window to the left.
Gasoline pumps are at the front of the 7-Eleven’s “Evolution Store.”
Orders are placed at a covered kiosk at the back of the building, with striping in 7-Eleven’s signature colors.
The sixth Laredo Taco Company, and the third in Dallas, shares store frontage with the traditional 7-Eleven convenience store.
The Lardeo Taco Company offers indoor seating and counter ordering in addition to the drive-thru.
The street-facing exterior of the 7-Eleven “Evolution Store” features am “Oh Thank Heaven” mural painted by local artist Tex Moton.
The drive-thru Laredo Taco Company offers a selection of more than 30 beverages, including the Slurpee. Adult beverages are sold for on-premise consumption.
The convenience-store side of the 7-Eleven “Evolution Store” features a selection of beers and wines.
New items have been added to the stock of the traditional convenience-store selection at the 7-Eleven “Evolution Store.”