28 April, 2017
The food company announced Thursday that diners will be able to book a reservation for a tasting at its official test kitchen. It will also feature twists on Taco Bell favorites, which we hope include something super glamorous like deconstructed nachos you can dip into a giant fire sauce fountain. Taco Bell also requires that guests be 21 years or older to make a reservation, which presumably means booze could be involved in this elevated dining experience.
And now you, too, have the opportunity to get yourself into the Taco Bell Innovation Kitchen, which is basically the Wonka Factory of Mexican-inspired American fast food. "Our initiatives are propelled by what the fans really want, and when it comes to dining experiences, we're not afraid to let millennials take the driver's seat". "We can't wait for our fans to see it", said Clark. Taco Bell says a selection of beer will be offered, with the possibility that more beverage types will be added later. What's less common is doing the same for Taco Bell.
"The chance to be the first to see our innovative food, where it's created, from the chefs who make it happen, is a unique experience that's never been available to the public until now", said Liz Matthews, Taco Bell's chief food officer. Taco Bell noted that travel accommodations will not be provided.More news: Uber plans flying cars to beat jams
Under Clark, Taco Bell has set a goal of increasing its national footprint to 700 outlets, up from its current 170.
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Taco Bell will pick up the tab for dinner, but the catch is, you have to pay to get yourself there. For $600, chalupa-loving Taco Bell fans can tie the knot over a box of tacos. OpenTable is headquartered in San Francisco and has bookable restaurants in more than 20 countries, including Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, United Kingdom and the United States.