HOUSTON — *Editor's Note: The above video is courtesy KHOU's sister station in San Antonio, KENS, and was originally published in October 2018. San Antonio is the birthplace of the Taco Cabana franchise.*
Taco Cabana has closed 19 restaurants in Texas, including five in Houston and one in Lake Jackson.
The taco restaurant chain’s parent company, Dallas-based Fiesta Restaurant Group Inc. (Nasdaq: FRGI), closed the restaurants Jan. 13, according to a news release. Taco Cabana was founded in San Antonio.
Eight restaurants in Dallas-Fort Worth, two in San Antonio as well as locations in Austin, College Station and Waco rounded out the rest of the closures, per KXAS.
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