A taco and tequila restaurant is opening later this month at University Mall in Fairfax.
Banditos Tacos and Tequila will open on Feb. 22, serving up Mexican street food and a line-up of live music and tastings throughout the day.
The 7,500-square-foot location open at 10621 Braddock Road near George Mason University. The restaurant also includes an outdoor patio with multiple TV screens.
“Every attention to detail goes into Banditos, from our restaurant design and aesthetics to the ingredients used in our cocktails and kitchens,” said Sean White, founder and CEO of Baltimore-based White Oak Hospitality. “We are super excited to be a part of the Fairfax community and extremely thrilled to be a new place for the University community to experience!”
The menu will feature 20 different flavors of tacos and over 30 brands of tequila.
This is the company’s sixth location, including one in Arlington County. The restaurant is currently hiring for all staff positions online.
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