The Taco Villa, which opened in January 2017 in Lobo, has already garnered over 10,000 guests, including a record number of people in the Taco Villains shirt.

However, the restaurant has been hard hit by a lack of traffic, which is forcing staff to relocate to other businesses, such as a nearby hotel.

The owner, who does not want to be identified, says that he is planning to close the Taco Villa this month.

“Our goal is to close, but we don’t have a specific date,” he said.

“We’re going to try to find another place for the Taco VIPs to stay in the next month.

We’re going through a very busy time right now.”

The restaurant’s closure comes as the town’s tourism sector is on the rise, with more people visiting than ever before.

Last year, the town was named the fourth-best tourist destination in the world, by TripAdvisor.

The popularity of the taco villas has also led to a rise in the number of taco shop openings, with some restaurants opening more than a year ago.

Lubbocks Taco Villain The Taco Villa opened in Lobos neighborhood in January, 2017.

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The restaurant has become a staple of Lobo.

Its popularity has led to many tourists visiting the town to grab a bite to eat, as well as restaurants and bars opening to cater to the growing crowd.

But this is not the first time that a Taco Villa has closed.

In 2016, Taco Villans owner started a Kickstarter campaign to raise $100,000 to purchase a new building, but the campaign was canceled within days.

The Taco Village is one of a number of businesses that have closed across Lobo in recent years, including the Taco Mart, Taco Mart Taco Lounge, Taco Villa Pizza, and Taco Villa Lounge, among others.

But Lobo is now facing its own taco crisis, with businesses and people alike turning to other restaurants in town for business.

“When people talk about Taco Villages in Lillies they’re referring to the original Taco Villanies in Loma Linda,” said Lobo’s Mayor Scott Anderson.

“It’s a small neighborhood that’s a little bit of a taco-only area, but you know what?

That’s all over town, so it’s very important to us that we keep our business, but it’s time to move on.”

Lobo Mayor Anderson hopes the Taco Village will serve as a model for other local businesses that could open in the future.

“The fact that we’re able to attract the number and the variety of people that come in and the number that come out of town, that’s an asset that Lobo needs,” he added.

If we can make that model work, it will be good for the town, and good for our economy.”