Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, started on Berry Street in Fort Worth, Texas, was bought in 2003 by father and son restaurateurs Alan and Chuck Bush. After revamping the original store and crafting the perfect combination of tacos, drinks and success, they set out to share it with everyone.
Laced with feta and Fuzzy’s sauce, the baja style tacos quickly led to unstoppable addictions and cult-like fans. And as some of those fans moved away to Fuzzy’s-less towns, they began suffering serious withdrawals. They demanded more locations, and Fuzzy’s obliged. Spreading throughout 10 states with 78 stores and many more to come, Fuzzy’s is taking over stomachs and states alike.
It’s no wonder. Critics have described Fuzzy’s food as “a thing of great beauty,” and “truly amazing,” while even calling the franchise itself a “phenomenon.”
A phenomenon? That’s a pretty big word. And we’ll happily take it. And no matter how far and wide this tasty little phenomenon spreads, every location will always keep the Fuzzy’s promise in mind: To focus full attention on promptly and efficiently providing guests with generous helpings of uniquely flavorful foods at a fair price, in a fun atmosphere.