Connecticut now has its first Taco Bell restaurant that serves alcohol.
The Taco Bell Cantina opened on Chapel Street in New Haven on Friday.
It's part of an expansion by the restaurant chain to open 300 new locations that include alcohol on the menu.
The expansion was announced last year in urban areas and began with cities including New York City, Chicago, and Detroit.
The menu includes $4 draft beer and bottled beer, margaritas and a "Twisted Freeze" that can include vodka, rum, or tequila.
Like most Taco Bell restaurants, this Cantina is open late-night but stops serving alcohol one hour before closing.