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Taco Bell first debuted innovative taco shells back in January when they introduced the Naked Chicken Chalupa, which consisted of - you guessed it - fried chicken in place of a regular taco shell. Although the Naked Chicken Chalupa only lasted a little over a month before Taco Bell pulled the taco off its menu, they're back with a new creation for the bold and hungry.
For those who want to start the day off with the bang of a Taco Bell, check out the Naked Egg Taco. This breakfast haven consists of crispy potatoes, cheese, and bacon or sausage, resting hot and easy in a fried egg shell. The chain first tested this breakfast taco in Flint, Michigan back in April, and it's slated to hit menus nationwide on August 31st for just $1.99. You can also get the taco in a breakfast combo that includes coffee or a medium drink and two Cinnabon Delights or a hash brown for just $3.99.
Taco Bell is itching to bring fans to the edge of their foodie seats with never-ending cravings and shell innovations, so for the first time in Taco Bell history, fans in select cities will get to reserve a table to try the Naked Egg Taco before everyone else. This brunch-inspired event, dubbed "Bell & Breakfast," will start August 17th in New York and continue in Laguna Beach, CA (August 25th), Austin, TX (August 26th), and Chicago (August 27th). Reservations are available exclusively through OpenTable here and more seats will open up in the days leading to the taco debut. Read more about the Naked Egg Taco and Bell & Breakfast at the Taco Bell Newsroom.
What a time to be alive!