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Wicked Taco restaurant coming to High Point

Wicked Taco offers a fast-casual menu of flour and corn tortillas made in house daily and filled with rotisserie meats and roasted vegetables sourced regionally. (Image by Wicked Taco via The Greensboro News & Record)

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Two veterans of the cafeteria concept are branching out into taco joints, according to the Greensboro News & Record.

Wicked Taco is expected to open in late June or early July at 2005-E N. Main St. at Westchester Square, a strip center in High Point anchored by Publix.

Fagg Nowlan is the president of J&S Cafeteria. Jeffrey Lord is the operations manager for J&S. The two founded LNHM LLC and are in the process of buying the Wicked Taco brand.

“We worked out a deal with the original owners. It may take time, but it’s in the works,” Nowlan said.

The chain was originally founded as a college eatery in Blacksburg, Va., in 2015. It specializes in signature tacos and homemade salsas.

Read full story: The Greensboro News & Record