New Taco Stop MKE For Brady Street
It's Taco Stop's fourth location and second time it has moved into a former Fuji Poke.
It’s like Deja Vu: local Mexican restaurant chain Taco Stop MKE is moving into a commercial space previously leased by Fuji Poke.
For the second time in a year, Taco Stop is expanding, and it’s once again leasing space that was previously leased by Fuji Poke.
What makes a good Fuji Poke location? A Subway restaurant. The local poke restaurant replaced the national chain in each of the locations.
Taco Stop is owned by AJ Agiss. The restaurant chain has declared a war against “boring” Tex-Mex cuisine — the kind that has “butchered” authentic Mexican cuisine “for many years,” the company declares.
Expanding the business during a pandemic when other restaurants are going out of business is likely due to Taco Stop doing much of its business as take-out, even before COVID-19 hit.
The Brady Street location, subject to city licensing approval, would be the company’s fourth. The other two are in South Milwaukee and Elm Grove.
A lease for the new location was announced by Mid-America Real Estate. Andrew Prater represented the landlord.
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