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Taco Taqueria And Burger Restaurant Team Up

December 5th, 2018 SanTan Sun News
Taco Taqueria And Burger Restaurant Team Up

By Colleen Sparks

Managing Editor

A new partnership between a taco restaurant and a burger business will give customers the whole enchilada when it comes to tasty, expanded menu choices and service.

So say the entrepreneurs who own and operate b² burgers & brews and Ghett’ Yo’ Taco. B-squared Concepts and the b² burgers & brews group have teamed up with Christian Sciacca and Ghett’ Yo’ Taco to further the concept.

B² will remain at 393 W. Warner Road and Ghett’ Yo’ Taco will stay at 241 S. Oregon St. and still offer their popular burgers and tacos with some more choices on their menus.

Wally Ansari, owner of B-squared Concepts and b² burgers & brews, will remain in those positions, but he will also be the operating owner of Ghett’ Yo’ Taco. Sciacca will stay as the manager and is also a part-owner of Ghett’ Yo’ Taco.

“We see tremendous opportunity to build the Ghett’ Yo’ Taco concept,”  Ansari said. “We enjoy the legacy and eclectic vibe that Ghett’ Yo’ has built in their first year of business… As for the restaurant, it is business as usual. We truly respect and value the brand, not only as investors but fellow customers.

“Our commitment is to stay true to Ghett’ Yo’ Taco’s roots, remaining under the same name in addition to keeping all employees as part of the concept to ensure the integrity, food and name they have built in the Chandler community.”

Sciacca is also optimistic about the partnership.

“I couldn’t be more excited to continue the momentum at Ghett’ Yo’ Taco and grow the concept,” he said. “There is a lot of exciting developments surrounding the restaurant with New Square and the Spike Lawrence project. An expanded and seasoned restaurant team only allows me the opportunity to grow.”

Guests will be able to keep ordering the many staple tacos on the Ghett’ Yo’ Taco menu at that location in downtown Chandler, but some “Mexican-style burgers” will likely be added to the menu there, Sciacca said.

A big change at the Ghett’ Yo’ eatery is guests now do not wait at a counter, but rather they are served at tables – the aim is to offer a more inviting and hospitable environment. This also has opened up more space at the bar.

A patio makeover at Ghett’ Yo’ is also being planned with more updated landscaping, and more seating and tables will probably be added.

Yard games will be set up outside as well. Ghett’ Yo’ Taco Cart will provide free downtown delivery to local businesses and residents, and expanded hours will offer a weekend late night menu.

A Taco Tuesday menu will be available to customers at b² burgers & brews the whole day. Ghett’ Yo’ is going to serve a special Thanksgiving-inspired taco the week of the holiday.

Ghett’ Yo’will keep offering its rotating muncher especial taco that changes each week and some more specials will probably be added to the line-up. The muncher especial will last a whole week, though, with the changes, rather than just guaranteed on Monday until it ran out.

B² is a family-friendly restaurant that built a loyal following after opening in September of last year.

A fire at the business Dec. 1 forced it to close until Jan. 9, but it has bounced back, drawing customers who say they like the fresh, quality meat, tasty craft beers and friendly service.

Locals have praised Ghett’ Yo’ Taco, saying it is a fun and affordable hot spot to bring children and adult family members, friends and colleagues for lunch, dinner and happy hours.

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