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Reviewing Taco Bell’s New 'FirstMeal' Breakfast Menu

Reviewing Taco Bell’s New 'FirstMeal' Breakfast Menu

This week, Taco Bell rolled out its long-awaited breakfast menu at 750 locations in 10 states across the country. The Tex-Mex titan of fast food, whose parent company is Yum! Brands Inc., spent the past five years developing the 11-item menu, known as "FirstMeal."

Breakfast menus have a long and storied history in the American fast-food industry. In 1971, McDonald's introduced the first Egg McMuffin. In 1977, they officially unveiled their entire breakfast menu. Today, most McDonald’s locations start serving breakfast around 6:00 a.m., and a host of other fast-food chains (Jack in the Box, Carl's Jr., Burger King, Wendy's, and even Starbucks and Subway) have been slow but sure to follow suit in delivering the "most important meal of the day." The one major fast-food chain to hold off on this trend, until now, has been Taco Bell, a seemingly natural addition to the breakfast bandwagon.

But all you late-night "FourthMeal"-ers won't have to wait any longer — your "FirstMeal" has arrived (does that technically make it five meals a day?). The options include a Johnsonville Sausage and Egg Wrap, two larger burritos (the Grande Skillet costs $2.79 and the Steak and Egg costs $1.99), two smaller $0.99 burritos (Bacon and Egg, Sausage and Egg), a hash brown, a quartet of Cinnabon Delights (fried dough balls with cream filling), fresh-brewed Seattle's Best Coffee (hot, iced, and flavored); and Tropicana Orange Juice.

So what are early reviewers saying about Taco Bell's "Firstmeal" launch? In the following slideshow, three different types of avowed Los Angeles-based fast-food connoisseurs tested every item on the menu and gave their honest opinions.

Judge number one is what some would call a "fast-foodie," a connoisseur of all things drive-thru, the kind of person who would name their first child Mickey, and their second child Dee. Judge number two is the "breakfast-on-the-run" type, that friend of yours who’s always apologizing for stray McMuffin wrappers when you get in their car. And judge number three is the "health nut," the health-conscious provider and parent who recognizes the time-saving benefits of fast food, but also knows the risks.

Nutritional facts are included with each item, but reviews were primarily limited to taste.

This article was originally published January 26, 2012.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


Taco Bell Is Adding New Items Like a $5 Grande Stacker Box And Dragonfruit Freeze

2020 has been a year filled with disappointment and frustration. Obviously the composition of Taco Bell’s menu isn’t the most important thing right now, but the retirement of craveable menu items like the fun and funky Mexican Pizza— not to mention shredded chicken and pico de gallo— certainly leaves mas than a small hole in the hearts of Taco Bell fans.

The good news, though, is that these menu subtractions have paved the way for certain new additions that you’ll find on Taco Bell menus nationwide, plus one interesting test item for those lucky enough to live in a particular market.

Starting Thursday, September 24, the $5 Grande Stacker Box will attempt to appease frustrated Taco Bell fans by feeding them a tri-folded and grilled seasoned beef quesadilla with mozzarella, cheddar, pepper jack cheese, and a nacho cheese sauce. If the Grande Stacker itself wasn’t enough to get you to quit your bellyaching about the menu changes, maybe an additional two crunchy tacos and a medium drink (Baja Blast) for just $5 will at least fill some small void in your soul left by the Mexican Pizza’s disappearance.

If drinking something frozen would help put your Taco Bell sadness on ice, then maybe the Dragonfruit Freeze is the new menu item for you. Made from a dragon fruit base swirled with a burst of pink dragonfruit, this certainly increases the percentage of items on the menu that feature dragonfruit. If you’re feeling cheap and want to try it out, Taco Bell’s “happier hour” (2-5 PM) is when you can grab it for just a buck.

If you happen to live in Knoxville, Tennessee, the good news is that you get to enjoy more new stuff from Taco Bell than the rest of us. The Quesalupa, which features 𠇊 deep fried Quesalupa shell stuffed with melty pepper jack and mozzarella cheeses” that’s then filled with beef, sour cream, lettuce, tomatoes, and cheddar. Vegetarians might also want to keep an eye on the Quesalupa, as a meatless alternative that replaces the beef with black beans is also part of the test.

In case food or drinks can’t atone for the menu’s absences, maybe the chance to win a new Xbox Series X will. Purchasing a medium or large drink will give you a chance to win the new Microsoft console, perfect for locking yourself inside and gaming until there’s a vaccine.

So, yeah. The world still isn’t great and Taco Bell didn’t totally fix its menu, but at least it’s getting there. Maybe once those wings show up, we’ll really have something to celebrate.


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