Taco Bell regularly previews its latest Mexican-inspired food monstrosities in test markets across the country, but rarely -- if ever -- does the fast food chain allow fans to see and experience the mysterious Test Kitchen where it all starts. That is, until now. Really.
On Thursday, Taco Bell announced that, for the first time ever, it's opening the secret stunt food kitchen/laboratory/nacho cheese lair at its Irvine, California headquarters to the public with reservations via OpenTable. Those who score a table will get an exclusive dinner created by T-Bell's top chefs and sour cream gunslingers, including new twists on classic menu items as well as never-before-seen products and new insane food creations before they're available to the public. Oh, and probably bragging rights. The whole experience is free, although you'll have to cover your travel and accommodations expenses, according to a press release.