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Arby's, Burger King, Dunkin Donuts, McAlister's Deli, and Taco Bueno! 

Which New Crossroads Restaurant Are You Most Excited To Try?

You may have noticed construction on the north side of town with business in the Crossroads booming! Driving up Navarro with the initial construction going on across from Lowe's everyone was wondering what was coming to Victoria next!

It turns out that not one, not two, but FIVE new restaurants are coming to the north side of town and these five restaurants are all very different in flavor profiles, giving the Crossroads some serious fast food options.

The question is, which one are YOU MOST EXCITED to try?

Here are your choices! Arby's, Burger King, Dunkin' Donuts, McAllister Subs and Taco Beuno. Before you choose your fav- check out their humble beginnings!

We've included their latest menu items in blue when you click their names!

Check it out, Arby's Restaurant is back y'all! 

Here is a little history on Arby's thanks to Nape1962. Arby's- We've got the meats!

Next up, is the history of Burger King thanks to Behind the Business

Dunkin Donuts has a great backstory too. Here is a quick history lesson thanks to Mass Live.

Haven't heard about McAlister Deli before? Where have you been??? Here is their humble beginnings thanks to McAlister Deli on Youtube.

Last but not least, Taco Bueno

We couldn't find a history clip on Youtube, but Taco Bueno was founded in 1967 by Bill R. Waugh, an art graduate from Abilene where the first Taco Bueno was located!

Here is one of the most viewed Taco Bueno commercials on Youtube, thanks to Taco Bueno!

So now that you know a little bit about each of these five restaurants, which one is your favorite or which one are you most excited to try?

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