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Taco Bell Customer Allegedly Shoots At Store Over Forgotten Sour Cream

It’s understandable that a customer may be a bit ticked off when their bag full of tacos doesn’t include everything they asked for at the drive-thru. But it is never acceptable to take that frustration out on an employee in a violent manner.  [More]

Burger King Unleashes “Mac n’ Cheetos,” Which Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

Burger King Unleashes “Mac n’ Cheetos,” Which Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

If you’ve ever looked at a plate of glowing, orange-ish mac and cheese and thought, “Hey, this looks a bit like a Cheeto… they should put mac and cheese inside of huge Cheetos… where’s my shoe?” then Burger King has apparently been reading your mind, announcing the test of, what else, “Mac n’ Cheetos.”
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The End Is Nigh: Burger King Is Testing Something Called The Whopperito

The End Is Nigh: Burger King Is Testing Something Called The Whopperito

Following the introduction of the Whopper Dog, which took all the fixings of Burger King’s iconic Whopper and put them on a hot dog, the fast food company is doing the same with a tortilla, creating the Whopperito. You know, for when the calories in a bun are just too much.  [More]

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Taco Bell Will Give Away Free Tacos If Away Team Wins During NBA Finals

If your team loses during the upcoming NBA championship finals it’s going to be painful, but if they lose to the visiting team, it might hurt less if you’re also a fan of free food: Taco Bell will be giving away Doritos Locos Tacos for its “Steal a Game, Steal a Taco” promotion — but only if the away team wins. [More]

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Taco Bell Will No Longer Bolt Tables To The Floor At New “Upscale” Test Locations

Taco Bell is giving some of its restaurants a shiny new makeover, with a test of four different “upscale” design concepts. They might feature different decor but there are a few elements they’ll share, including larger tables that aren’t bolted to the floor so people can eat in bigger groups. [More]

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Taco Bell Launching $1 “Morning Value Menu” In Nationwide Breakfast Expansion

Breakfast: it’s what all the cool kids are offering these days. In order to keep up with the crowd Taco Bell is amping up its breakfast efforts, with a new “Morning Value Menu,” offering most items for $1. [More]

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Horrible Taco Bell Customer Tosses Drink In Employee’s Face; Doesn’t Realize Drive-Thru Has Cameras

What sort of childhood trauma brings one to the point of deciding to throw a drink in the face of a fast food worker? More importantly, what sort of person does this today and doesn’t think they will be photographed from multiple angles? [More]

Are Cheetos The New Doritos At Taco Bell?

Are Cheetos The New Doritos At Taco Bell?

After the rather underwhelming and unsurprising launch of the Quesalupa last month, it appears that Taco Bell is attempting to replicate the popularity of its Doritos Locos Tacos, by once again raiding the pantry at Frito-Lay and stuffing Cheetos inside its Crunchwrap sliders — at least in Canada.   [More]

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International Fast Food Roundup: Fish-Shaped Fish Sticks And A Creme Egg McFlurry

For American fast-food chains, their international subsidiaries serve as a research lab where they can inflict strange food combinations on the unsuspecting public. Combine that impulse with food tastes that are simply different from Americans’, and you end up with glorious and fascinating combinations that you kind of want to see imported, and kind of don’t. [More]

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White Tablecloth & Bottle Of Wine Turned Couple’s Taco Bell Meal Into Valentine’s Love Feast

Depending on your point of view, this is either the classiest Taco Bell meal ever, or a cheapo way of getting out of making a Valentine’s Day dinner reservation. [More]

Twitter user @uscgmitch sent us these images of his Quesalupa back in Feb. 2015.

Taco Bell Taking Pre-Orders For “Surprise” Super Bowl Item That’s Probably A Quesalupa

With less than a week left before the Super Bowl, Taco Bell is once again teasing fast food lovers about its forthcoming “mysterious” new menu item — which will most likely be the year-old “Quesalupa,” or as Conan O’Brein eloquently nicknamed it, the “case of lupus” — offering customers the option to pre-order the meal online before its big debut on Sunday.  [More]

Taco Bell Will Reportedly Use Super Bowl To Announce Year-Old “Quesalupa” Idea

Taco Bell Will Reportedly Use Super Bowl To Announce Year-Old “Quesalupa” Idea

It’s been a year since we first got wind of the Taco Bell “Quesalupa” — or as Conan O’Brien put it, the “case of lupus” — and 11 months since the company began testing the vaguely taco-like object (complete with a soft, cheese-stuffed shell) in Dayton, Ohio. Now it looks like the Bell is set to unleash this menu item nationwide. [More]

Taco Bell Teases New Menu Item By Not Providing Any Details On It

Taco Bell Teases New Menu Item By Not Providing Any Details On It

What’s the best way to get people trying to guess your secret? By telling them you’ve got a secret and leaving the rest to their imagination. That seems to be the tactic for Taco Bell’s latest plan to drum up hype for a new menu item.
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California Taco Bell Offers Valet Parking For Customers

California Taco Bell Offers Valet Parking For Customers

Taco Bell has made its name selling high-cal, low-price junk food (note: that’s not an insult), but one California Bell is classing things up — at least temporarily — by offering a valet parking service to customers. [More]

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This Is The Original Taco Bell Building Being Relocated On The Back Of A Truck

It’s been nearly a year since we first told you about the possible demolition of a somewhat anonymous little building in Downey, CA, that nonetheless was the fountainhead from which an empire of gorditas, chalupas, and Dorito-shelled tacos burst forth. As we reported earlier this week, the original home of Taco Bell was to be relocated to the company’s headquarters in the middle of the night. Thankfully, folks came out to capture the move for posterity. [More]

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Taco Bell Refunds Customer After App Billing Disaster Causes $210 of Overdraft Fees

Diners may choose to use the mobile app from their favorite fast food joint for a number of reasons: to easily customize their meal, to ensure they don’t have to wait in long lines to order, or to get in and out of the joint in a flash. One thing these customers likely don’t count on is having the charges for a month’s worth of app orders cleared on the same day, resulting in an overdrawn bank account through no fault of their own.  [More]

Original Taco Bell Building Saved From Demolition, Will Be Moved To Taco Bell HQ

Original Taco Bell Building Saved From Demolition, Will Be Moved To Taco Bell HQ

After facing demolition for nearly a year, the Downey, CA, building where Taco Bell got its modest start will live to see another day. It’ll just see it from a different location: the fast food restaurant’s corporate headquarters in Irvine.  [More]

Taco Bell Promises To Use Only Cage-Free Eggs In All U.S. Locations By End Of 2016

Taco Bell Promises To Use Only Cage-Free Eggs In All U.S. Locations By End Of 2016

Another day, another national restaurant chain announcing changes in how it sources its food: Taco Bell is saving itself a spot in the cage-free henhouse, pledging today to use only eggs from cageless chickens in all U.S. restaurants by the end of 2016.

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