clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

A Taco Chain With a Mission to Help the Hungry Is Opening in Frisco

Tacos 4 Life works to end childhood hunger around the world

Tacos 4 Life/Facebook

Buy a taco, help feed a hungry child: that’s the premise behind a restaurant that’s slated to open by the end of December in Frisco. Arkansas-based chain Tacos 4 Life is opening its first restaurant in Texas at at 9169 Dallas Pkwy, according to Dallas Culturemap.

For every meal sold in the restaurant, Tacos 4 Life donates funds (approximately 22 cents) to the Christian nonprofit Feed My Starving Children in order for them to purchase one meal for severely malnourished children in over 60 countries.

Beyond the do-good mission, Tacos 4 Life offers 14 different tacos, including spicy chorizo, crab cake, chicken bacon ranch, fried chicken, Korean barbecue steak, and crispy eggplant. Rice bowls, quesadillas, Mexican creamed corn, and nachos are also on the menu too.

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Dallas newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world