Condado Tacos announces Strongsville opening date, free food specials for opening weekend

Adella Miesner

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — Condado Tacos will officially open its third location in Northeast Ohio at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1. © Marc Bona, cleveland.com/Marc Bona, cleveland.com/cleveland.com/TNS Condado Tacos will open its Strongsville location on Oct. 1. The restaurant, located at 17830 Royalton Road, will be a part of the […]

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — Condado Tacos will officially open its third location in Northeast Ohio at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1.



a store front at night: Condado Tacos will open its Strongsville location on Oct. 1.


© Marc Bona, cleveland.com/Marc Bona, cleveland.com/cleveland.com/TNS
Condado Tacos will open its Strongsville location on Oct. 1.

The restaurant, located at 17830 Royalton Road, will be a part of the Royalton Collection development. Originally, it was set to open in July, but it was delayed to early autumn.

Condado, a Columbus-based build-your-own taco chain, has spread rapidly with 19 locations across four states. Its other two Northeast Ohio locations are in Westlake’s Crocker Park, which opened in 2019, and the Pinecrest development in Orange Village, which opened in 2018.

On Oct. 1, Condado’s Strongsville location will host a grand opening celebration that will feature one free taco with purchases all day on opening day, according to a press release. The specials continue over the weekend: Customers who visit the restaurant on Oct. 2 or Oct. 3 will receive “peel and win” cards with prizes like free menu items and gift cards, and customers who visit the restaurant on opening weekend and post to Instagram with the hashtag #condadostrongsville will be entered to win $100 Condado gift cards, according to a press release.

“Northeast Ohio is a great area for Condado, and we’re eager to bring our newest location to Strongsville,” said Joe Kahn, founder and CEO of Condado Tacos, in a press release. “We’re thrilled to welcome guests with our community vibe and look forward to providing enough yum for everyone in the Strongsville area for many more years to come.”

The Strongsville location’s interior space will feature original artwork by Condado art director Lindsay Pilko, who was raised in Strongsville, according to a press release.

You can find more information about the new Condado restaurant at condadotacos.com/strongsville.

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