Taco Bell Arrives at Toronto’s Union Station

Taco Bell Union Station

TORONTO — Redberry Restaurants has opened its newest Taco Bell location on Union Station’s York Concourse’s lower-level food court in Toronto, bringing the Redberry Taco Bell portfolio to 27 units.

“This will be the seventh new location that we’ve opened this year, and we’re honoured to become a part of a vibrant and historical location like Union Station,” says Steve Perreira, director of Operations, Taco Bell, Redberry Restaurants. “We look forward to connecting with Torontonians and visitors alike to provide the Taco Bell classics we know they’ll love while they’re on the go.”

Redberry continues to grow strategically with ambitious plans to open 200 Taco Bell locations across the country over the next few years. As Toronto’s transportation hub, Union Station marks one of Redberry’s most significant store openings yet, with more than 200,000 people travelling through its doors every day. 

“We’re always looking for new ways to bring our fans the taste, convenience and value they love,” says Devon Lawrence, Marketing director, Taco Bell Canada. “Union Station’s central location provides the perfect opportunity to meet our customers where they already are – whether that’s waiting to catch a train, grabbing a quick bite over lunch, or heading home after a game. We couldn’t be more thrilled to celebrate this milestone opening and serve Taco Bell favourites to even more Torontonians.” 

Taco Bell Union Station is open seven days a week from 10:30 a.m. to midnight to satisfy mid-day to late-night cravings and everything in between. Customers can also skip the line at the pick-up counter by ordering ahead using the Taco Bell app.

The opening of this location in Union Station marks Taco Bell’s fifth location in Toronto and the company’s commitment to expand its footprint across Canada. 

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