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If you love the chips, salsa, tacos, and guacamole, you are probably going to want to check out the expansion that just happened at one of Rochester, Minnesota's favorite taco spots!

Big Change at one of Rochester, Minnesota's Favorite Taco Spots

Knowing where we can get the best Mexican food in town is a must and most of us have a pretty good idea where all of the taco trucks are located.  One of the favorites is of course Corona's Tacos.  Just in case you weren't aware, this taco truck also has a storefront.

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Corona's Tacos, located at 1641 North Broadway in Rochester, Minnesota, just announced a big change to their restaurant in the River Center Plaza - they just expanded!

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Corona's Tacos has announced that they have expanded their eating area and also added a bar with a karaoke system.

"We are thrilled to bring the authentic flavors and drinks of Mexico to Rochester. Corona's Tacos is more than a restaurant; it's a celebration of the rich tapestry of Mexican culture and cuisine," says Jesus Coronas, the visionary behind this culinary venture.

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Celebrate With Corona's Tacos at the Grand Opening on Friday, December 8th!

Enjoy some great food, Mexican-inspired alcoholic drinks, and join Corona's Tacos for their grand opening on Friday, December 8th.  According to their press release, the following will be available:

  • 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm - enjoy live music with a mariachi band
  • 8:00 pm - 2:00 am - bring your friends for hours of fun and karaoke
  • 11:00 am - 2:00 am - enjoy mouthwatering Mexican dishes with happy hour all day
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