The Pacifica Taco Bell near San Francisco is legendary for its spectacular beachfront views and retro architecture.
The Taco Bell Cantina serves alcoholic beverages such as beer on draft and in bottles (local, imported, and domestic), booze infused Twisted Freezes (margaritas and other cocktails), and wine.
The building was originally built in the late 60’s as an A&W hamburger franchise, though it’s been a Taco Bell since the ‘80s.
The gorgeous fast food franchise features a mural by SF street artist Norah Bruhn, a glass-enclosed, indoor/outdoor fireplace, and a walk-up window so sand covered diners can order from the outside.
Like the chain’s other Cantinas, the interior has wood floors, tiled ceilings, exposed wooden ceiling beams, and trendy pendant lighting.