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Taco Diner in The Plaza at Preston Center is Closed

Head to the new Lake Highlands location instead.
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Taco Diner located in The Plaza at Preston Center closed last night after dinner service. Here is the official statement:

After 20 years of serving the Park Cities community, Taco Diner is closing its doors in The Plaza at Preston Center. Over the last two decades, Taco Diner has experienced growth and expansion throughout Dallas and Fort Worth due to the patronage of the Park Cities guests. While closing our first location brings deep sadness, it is also an exciting time for Taco Diner. The recent opening of our newest location in Lake Highlands brings a space where we can test new menu items and a refreshed interior, gauge guest response and create something that truly resonates with today’s guest in order to set the stage for the next 20 years of Taco Diner.

The Lake Highlands address is 7150 Skillman St., Ste. 190. There you have it.

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