While we were all in somewhat of a shock when the former Sue's Country Kitchen announced they would be closing their doors forever, there was a little relief in sight as Fuzzy's Taco Shop announced they would soon be opening up in the thirty six hundred square foot location at 4600 East Texas in Bossier City.

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Well, today's that day!  Finally, after all these months of anticipation during the construction phase, Fuzzy's Taco Shop is holding their grand opening celebration!

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You Definitely Want To Be One Of The First Few Customers

In a press release from Fuzzy's Taco Shop, we learn that there's a special incentive to be one of the first few customers of the newest location:

To celebrate, Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is hosting an official grand opening on May 16 (today), where the first 50 guests in line will get Free Tacos for a Year*. Additionally, the first 100 people to join Fuzzy’s on opening day will receive a complimentary Fuzzy’s t-shirt.

Owner, Andrew Head, says of the cuisine at the popular Baja-style taco restaurant,

“We’re excited to bring Fuzzy’s Taco Shop to Bossier City and know our scratch-made food and chill vibes will really resonate with the community.  We invite everyone out to join us for our grand opening on Monday, May 16, and to celebrate with a Fuzzy’s Margarita and our famous Baja tacos.”

What Are The Hours?

The new Bossier City location will be open seven days a week from 7:00 am to 10:00 pm Sunday-Thursday and 7:00 am to 12:00 am Friday and Saturday.

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