"The chance to be the first to see our innovative food, where its created, from the chefs who make it happen, is a unique experience that's never been available to the public until now," Liz Matthews, Chief Food Officer at Taco Bell, said in a statement. "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."
Reservations for the first dining experience at the Test Kitchen on May 19 will be available when Taco Bell drops the OpenTable link on May 5, or Cinco de Mayo. The initial dinner will include only 32 guests, but T-Bell said it'll be followed by a series of additional dining experiences throughout the year, meaning you might just have a shot at getting a table. Might.
Or, you can just continue eating Taco Bell's most ridiculous stunt foods the same way you have for years now: at approximately 2am in the privacy of your home or car.