Here’s Why You Should Make a Dinner Reservation at Taco Bell

Taco Bell’s formerly top-secret test kitchen is now taking reservations to try out the fast-food chain’s newest innovations

Only 32 lucky people will get this exclusive Cinco de Mayo experience.

Get out your fancy napkins and (stretchy) date clothes, because Taco Bell is now on OpenTable! Taco Bell is taking dinner reservations (no, really!) for one night only inside its test kitchen in Irvine, California.

Previously closed to the public, a lucky 32 diners will be able to sample new innovations, “twists on Taco Bell favorites, never before seen products, and menu creations before they are available to the public.”

The link on OpenTable will go live on Cinco de Mayo, so cancel your margarita happy hour because these seats at the table de mas will disappear faster than a pile of Doritos Locos tacos.


“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, chief food officer at Taco Bell. “As a brand known for our firsts, we're excited to open our doors into the magic of our innovation and give our biggest fans an experience they'll never forget.”