Pink Taco Owner Dies At 38

Today was a sad one for those in the food industry. Harry Morton, the founder of the Pink Taco restaurant. The information on Morton’s passing came from a spokesperson for the company.

In a statement from the spokesperson, they say that it is very unfortunate that they have to announce the death of the founders and former owner of the pink taco. According to the company, Harry had an excellent vision for the store as a whole, and he was ahead of his time. Ideas that he was able to contribute, and the time he spent professionally with the brand were phenomenal. However, those who knew him know that he was an extremely hard and thorough worker. Thought and prayers are with his friends and family while we all process his death. As of now, there are not any further details on Morton’s death.

Harry Morton was a 38-year-old who came from a long line of restaurateurs, according to a CNN affiliate at KTLA. His father was Peter Morton. Peter’s mother is one of the co-founders of Hard Rock Cafe. Also, His grandfather is Arnie Morton, who was able to go and co-found Morton’s The Steakhouse.

Owner Of Pink Taco Restaurants Dies

According to further reports, Harry was also an owner of the Viper Room nightclub in West Hollywood. He wasn’t one to shine away from the finer things in life either. According to reports from the Los Angeles times, the owner of Pink Taco purchased the former Beverly Hills Estate of Elvis Presley. However, it cost a whopping $25.

Harry Morton was an owner of the Viper Room nightclub in West Hollywood, KTLA reported. Earlier this year, the Los Angeles Times reported that Morton had purchased Elvis Presley’s former Beverly Hills estate for $25 million. According to the company’s website, there were Pink Tacos in Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, and Miami. Actress Lindsay Lohan was able to post a photo of her and Morton on her Instagram with the caption, ” Best Friends. Best Life.”