Taco Bell basically made a dance club in Las Vegas to get drunk at

Taco Bell basically made a dance club in Las Vegas to get drunk at

CultureNovember 15, 2016 By Brian Frederick

It used to be that you'd have to get drunk well before stumbling towards any late-night Taco Bells, everyone falling into its doors during the wee hours of the morn while haphazardly linking sentences together right along side you. Thanks to its new flagship location in Las Vegas, however, you can just stay there and have an entire night's worth of activities planned without leaving its doors. Times, they are a changin'.

In what's being dubbed "The greatest Taco Bell of mankind" by frat dudes and lady lushes alike, the new restaurant located on the strip in Las Vegas (next to Planet Hollywood) opened just this week and is a fully functional Taco Bell complete with a bar, rotating DJs and VIP booths. It's the company's 7,000th Taco Bell worldwide. With the opening, it also unveiled a new logo — the first time it's been changed in more than 25 years.

"Would I go to it? Fuck yeah I'm gonna go to it," says 23-year-old Lisa, a barber and hairstylist we randomly just texted right now.

The restaurant is decked to the nines with screens on the walls, too. So whether it be catching the ongoing political strife on the news or forgetting all of life's problems on the floor, the new Taco Bell Cantina in Las Vegas is sure to be the strip's hottest destination.

... Or where all the trainwrecks go to comiserate and cry at 2 in the morning together. Either way, Vegas will never be the same.