Taco Bell Brings the Party to Downtown Cleveland With Reservation-Only Options

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Taco Bell is getting into the party business.

For the first time, the fast food chain (well known for its feeding of the late-night high/drunk masses) is offering special party box options at 10 of its Taco Bell Cantina locations around the country, including the downtown Cleveland spot.



Starting Nov. 24, Americanized Mexican food fans can go online to reserve a party table for up to 10 at the 200 Euclid Ave location. For just $25, your crew receives a table runner, fun photo booth-style props and decorated paper plates. Reservations can be made on weekends only at 6:30 p.m. or 8 p.m.

Naturally, food and alcohol are not included with this price. But no need to get up from the table, a TB associate will check in with your crew to take your order. Also, for those who are into giving Taco Bell more of your money, you can also pay $12 for plastic glasses and $16 for sauce packet-shaped helium balloons to make things more festive.



Find out more about Party by Taco Bell right here.

Of course, anyone who's a fan of comedian Michael Ian Black already knows that taco parties are the best kind of parties. See below:

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