Taco Bell is where you might end up post-midnight, drunk on vodka Redbulls, but some new additions to the menu could get you into the Mexican fast food chain before dark.
Yum Brands Inc., the Irvine-based company behind Taco Bell, is testing beer, wine and alcoholic slushee-like drinks called "mixed alcohol freezes" at a new Chicago Taco Bell location scheduled to open this summer, according to the Associated Press.
That means a cold brew with your Doritos Locos Taco, a glass of wine with your Sriracha Quesarito and a spiked freeze to help wash down that Crunchwrap Supreme.
There will be special cups to designate alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, according to a Taco Bell release.
The restaurant testing the drinks in Chicago's Wicker Park neighborhood is operated by a franchisee, who plans to monitor the alcohol sales through a third-party service.
A Taco Bell representative did not have more information on specific alcoholic drinks at this time.
The introduction of alcohol to the menu comes along with a new Taco Bell test design in certain markets. New features include exposed brick walls and a version of a chef's counter that looks into an open kitchen with lime green stools.
The food will also be served in baskets to showcase the ingredients.