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Taco Bell Selling Preorders for Mystery New Menu Item

How much do you trust Taco Bell? So much that you’re willing to give them $2.99 for a still unnamed menu item? That’s the fast food chain’s latest marketing gimmick, offering up preorders for said mystery item so diehard Taco Bell fans can get a chance to try it on February 6, two days before its scheduled nationwide release.

Taco Bell's Mystery Menu Item Press Release Makes a Perfect Mad Lib

Taco Bell got its reputation as a stoner's paradise for a reason. They're willing to delve down deep into the psyche of the junk food loving community and unearth ungodly creations human beings never even knew they were capable of craving.

Croissant Tacos? Sure, Why Not?

What hasn’t been a Taco Bell taco shell? That isn’t just some theoretical question; it appears to be the question Taco Bell product developers ask themselves any time they are in the same room.

Flamin’ Hot Fritos Is the Latest Snack to Get Its Own Taco Bell Shell

Say what you will about Taco Bell, but they give their fans what they want. Back in April, the Mexican food chain that had already transformed the hard taco shell by making it out of Doritos, decided to push the boundaries of snack chip/taco shell collaboration even further by introducing two types of Fritos shells: Original and Chili Cheese.

Booze Comes to Taco Bell Earlier Than Expected

Attention, lushes! Your time to legally get drunk in a Taco Bell is at hand!

We’ve been sitting on word that Taco Bell planned to open an outpost in Chicago that serves alcohol since back in May. After a bit of a delay, the Mexican fast food chain picked September 22 as the official launch date. But the location in the city’s Wicker Park area apparently could not wait to watch people get wild on Gorditas and margaritas, so this “Taco Bell Cantina,” as it’s called, soft-opened today.

Taco Bell Trying Out Taco Shells Made of Fried Chicken

Typically, a taco happens like this: Meat gets shoved in a folded tortilla. But what if the meat were the tortilla? No, this is not some existential musing dreamt up by the Dalai Lama himself. It’s just a new gimmick from Taco Bell.

Taco Bell Is Totally Down with All Your Cool Slang

Keeping up to date with the way the kids are talking nowadays isn’t easy, especially when you’re holed up in your lame corporate fast food job five days a week. So the bigwigs at Taco Bell developed a solution: The company created a “Millennial Word of the Week” program, informing employees of the latest slang by sending out emails and displaying the words on screens around the office. And just to prove that the brand’s execs are completely out of touch with millennials, they’ve recently been admitting to this process in interviews.

Taco Bell to Try Serving Booze for the First Time

When Taco Bell started pushing their FourthMeal campaign, their slogan was “You’re out. You’re hungry. You’re doing FourthMeal.” All along, it’s been a not-so-subtle nod to the grand tradition of drunk eating. A more realistic take on that slogan would probably be “You’ve been drinking. You need food to live. You’re doing FourthMeal.” Well, the Bell finally realized they can cut out the middle man and will try to serve alcohol directly to their customers. Great idea, Taco Bell! What took you so long?

Biscuit Tacos For Breakfast May Be The Best Way to Have Heartburn All Day

Taco Bell believes they’ve found a way to make breakfast more exciting, and somehow not surprisingly, it comes by turning an old breakfast favorite—the biscuit—into taco form.

Plans Underway to Save the Original Taco Bell Location

Taco Bell might not seem like a national treasure. But some believe that the very first location of the mega taco chain should be.

Glenn Bell opened the first Taco Bell in Downey, California, just south of Los Angeles, in 1962. After just five years, the brand had 100 locations.