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Old 01-23-2022, 03:24 PM   #1
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I've eaten at the Bell since the first one in Texas opened in north Austin. Good, cheap and fast food when you're in a hurry. I met my wife in the Taco Bell on Burnet road in 1977. It was open until 2:00 and I would stop by on the way home from bow fishing. But I think I'm done.

They recently quit making the tostada which was my favorite and then started new, higher priced items. I ate there a couple days ago and got 2 chalupas and a burrito supreme and a small drink. The price was $15.44. That's just a little much for me for that type of food. I can eat lunch in most regular restaurants for less than that. I think I'm done.
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Old 01-23-2022, 03:26 PM   #2
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Have not at there in years, but I can pretty much go have fajitas and a margarita for that.
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Old 01-23-2022, 03:28 PM   #3
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This is the line in the sand when it comes to Taco Bell?


We’re talking about Taco Bell right?
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Old 01-23-2022, 03:31 PM   #4
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These are trying times for the food industry with inventory costs going up every week. But that does sound a little extreme for what you got.
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I've eaten at the Bell since the first one in Texas opened in north Austin. Good, cheap and fast food when you're in a hurry. I met my wife in the Taco Bell on Burnet road in 1977. It was open until 2:00 and I would stop by on the way home from bow fishing. But I think I'm done.

They recently quit making the tostada which was my favorite and then started new, higher priced items. I ate there a couple days ago and got 2 chalupas and a burrito supreme and a small drink. The price was $15.44. That's just a little much for me for that type of food. I can eat lunch in most regular restaurants for less than that. I think I'm done.
Your system will be much better from this decision.
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Old 01-23-2022, 03:36 PM   #6
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Yep!!! Hold on to your hat, they are all going up. As will you favorite restaurants.
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Old 01-23-2022, 03:38 PM   #7
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I think maybe someone screwed up?

https://www.fastfoodmenuprices.com/taco-bell-prices/
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What ever happened to the .69 cent Bean burrito? .50 cent tacos? And real hot-cheesey nachos with real jalapeŮos on top? To bad I had to give it all up a few years ago.


After I got married in 1977, I moved to Ashland, Ohio in May of '78. In 1980 they built a Taco Bell in the next town over. The Ex and I would go there on Friday nights after I got my pay. It was the closest thing to Texas as I could get. A "taco party" to the yanks was more like a burrito dinner down here. Them yankees also thought those pickled japs I had was "really really hot pickles". They had never had such.
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I've always liked taco bell,but it's definitely alot more expensive than it used to be..Bean burritos,with sour cream/crispy beef tacos;for me.
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Old 01-23-2022, 04:00 PM   #10
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Did it not provide the expected two day flush out and 5lb weight loss ??
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Old 01-23-2022, 04:03 PM   #11
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I only eat the breakfast burrito at Taco Belly. It’s pretty good.
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Old 01-23-2022, 04:16 PM   #12
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Both Taco Bell restaurants in Georgetown were closed yesterday afternoon. One on 35 just turned everything off and locked up. The one on Williams had lights on but when you go to drive thru the lady just got on the speaker and said we’re closed.

Odd times for sure.
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Old 01-23-2022, 04:31 PM   #13
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Crunchy taco Party Pack! Iíll never quit. I might stop eating at Trulucks, Perryís and Del Friscos, but Iíll just have to budget for Taco Bell.

Queue all the ďgastric challengedĒ people ready to **** their pants at the thought of Taco Bell.


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Old 01-23-2022, 04:41 PM   #14
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Iíll eat just about anywhere, but I draw the line at Taco Bell. Not just because I own a Mexican food restaurant but because there are so many better options for fast Mexican. Taco Casa, taco bueno, for the big guys not to mention all the gas station joints and Laredo taco company. Heck DQ has a better taco than Taco Bell!


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Iíll eat just about anywhere, but I draw the line at Taco Bell. Not just because I own a Mexican food restaurant but because there are so many better options for fast Mexican. Taco Casa, taco bueno, for the big guys not to mention all the gas station joints and Laredo taco company. Heck DQ has a better taco than Taco Bell!


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Old 01-23-2022, 04:55 PM   #16
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I stopped eating there after seeing at UPS we were shipping brown ground meat food coloring to them. You shouldn’t have to color your ground meat.
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Three tacos and a drink is still about 5.00. Pretty good too. Still got 1.00 and 2.00 menu as well.

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Old 01-23-2022, 05:03 PM   #18
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I've eaten at the Bell since the first one in Texas opened in north Austin. Good, cheap and fast food when you're in a hurry. I met my wife in the Taco Bell on Burnet road in 1977. It was open until 2:00 and I would stop by on the way home from bow fishing. But I think I'm done.

They recently quit making the tostada which was my favorite and then started new, higher priced items. I ate there a couple days ago and got 2 chalupas and a burrito supreme and a small drink. The price was $15.44. That's just a little much for me for that type of food. I can eat lunch in most regular restaurants for less than that. I think I'm done.

Same hereÖno more tostada, no more double decker taco, and no more enchirito.

Recently tried the ďnewĒ steak burrito, and was not impressed.


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Old 01-23-2022, 05:12 PM   #19
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This is a good day for you, Draco. Find one of the mom and pop Mexican taco joints. 99.9% of them are way better than any fast food "Mexican" chain.
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Old 01-23-2022, 05:19 PM   #20
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Most all fast food has risen same as all else. Just imagine the small independent places.
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Old 01-23-2022, 05:21 PM   #21
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What ever happened to the .69 cent Bean burrito? .50 cent tacos?
When they got to those prices is when I gave it up.

$0.39 crunchy taco, soft taco, or bean burrito was the pricing back in the day.
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Old 01-23-2022, 05:34 PM   #22
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I liked their tostada's too...and I'm STILL mad that the killed off the chilito/chili cheese burrito!!!

Taco Casa gets my business these days when I'm in the mood for tacos ��
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Crunchy taco Party Pack! Iíll never quit. I might stop eating at Trulucks, Perryís and Del Friscos, but Iíll just have to budget for Taco Bell.

Queue all the ďgastric challengedĒ people ready to **** their pants at the thought of Taco Bell.


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Lol......I will stick with those other 3 you mentioned.

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Not to highjack the OPís thread but my place is Montes Burritos Aledo. You can check out our reviews on Facebook or google. Homemade tortillas from scratch daily, all homemade sides and meats smoked by me.

We have other locations but most were franchised off only three locations are still owned by family members.


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Old 01-23-2022, 05:59 PM   #25
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I will continue to eat Taco Bell. It’s always good to flush the system every couple of weeks.
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Not to highjack the OPís thread but my place is Montes Burritos Aledo. You can check out our reviews on Facebook or google. Homemade tortillas from scratch daily, all homemade sides and meats smoked by me.

We have other locations but most were franchised off only three locations are still owned by family members.


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The new location in Aledo is fantastic, breakfast OR Lunch!


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I appreciate it, Iím trying to get dinner up and going but like everyone else staffing is the problem. My profit is taking a hit with the wage increases Iím having to pay to keep up with the big boys but itís the new reality in our business!


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I still like Taco Bell. I can eat anything and not have to run to the bathroom. Bunch of pansy's on here.
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I loved the tostadas and Mexican pizza from taco bell when they had it. I go there about 2 times a year now to kill the crave.
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Taco Bell was dead to me when they took the Mexican Pizza off the menu. Used to eat there at lunch in high school. Six hard tacos was my go to. Had a buddy try to eat six bean burritos…he ended up puking most of them up.
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Old 01-23-2022, 06:30 PM   #32
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Funny the .69 bean burrito came up. On my way back from the lease today, I stopped and got 2 tacos and a bean burrito with extra onions. The checkout girl was giving me a hard time about the onions and I said I had been ordering them that way since they were 69 cents. She didn't believe they had been that cheap.

The best fast food entree I have ever had was the Taco Bell Chicken Club Burrito back in the late 80s-early 90s. They discontinued it because they couldn't keep the bacon in stock.
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Crunchy taco Party Pack! Iíll never quit. I might stop eating at Trulucks, Perryís and Del Friscos, but Iíll just have to budget for Taco Bell.

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Ok, between this and the mcrib we've got to have a high end dinner one day.

Ill never quit the bell. Mostly cause after high school me and some buddies used to shoot skeet every Sunday in one guys pasture. Every freaking Sunday till dove season. We shot skeet via spotlight and bud light for years on sunday. After we shot 2 cases of clays we went to taco bell.

I took a couple chicks out there for all that but I married the only one not scared to drive a lifted truck with a manual transmission in the drive thru

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Those $12-15 an hour employees are boosting that price up and up..
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They still have fire sauce right? What more does a man need? ��
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Not to highjack the OPís thread but my place is Montes Burritos Aledo. You can check out our reviews on Facebook or google. Homemade tortillas from scratch daily, all homemade sides and meats smoked by me.

We have other locations but most were franchised off only three locations are still owned by family members.


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Iím ashamed that I havenít been over there to support a fellow TBHíer. Gonna have to get it done.
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Fast food restraunts will never be the same. They got duped into thinking the only issue was a $15 minimum wage. All the ones in my area are struggling to stay afloat becouse of lack of help at that wage. You can always offer to increase pay....you'll never be able to go back down. We will never see menu cost where they used to in my humble opinion.
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Taco Casa is far superior and WAY more expensive. They aren't in every town though.

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I've eaten at the Bell since the first one in Texas opened in north Austin. Good, cheap and fast food when you're in a hurry. I met my wife in the Taco Bell on Burnet road in 1977. It was open until 2:00 and I would stop by on the way home from bow fishing. But I think I'm done.

They recently quit making the tostada which was my favorite and then started new, higher priced items. I ate there a couple days ago and got 2 chalupas and a burrito supreme and a small drink. The price was $15.44. That's just a little much for me for that type of food. I can eat lunch in most regular restaurants for less than that. I think I'm done.

Yep, I have pretty much concluded I have been done with them for a while. When the dump a bunch of goop they call refried beans on a tortilla, some shredded lettuce, then a cheese sauce and maybe a few pieces of diced onion. I can't see how that and a drink can be worth over $11.00.

My wife still goes there, when I am not with her, but she won't bring up the name, if we are looking for a place to eat together. She knows what I think of them. When a Whataburger number 1, with cheese and their regular drink, most people call a large drink, costs $8.00 something. Then Taco Hell want's over $11 for a burrito and a drink, they have completely lost their mind. Locally you can't go inside and eat, you only have the drive through.
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Yes sir I need to try it out as well.
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Old 01-23-2022, 06:49 PM   #41
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I bet it's been 25 years since the last time I ate at Taco Bell. My wife use to love it. Combination burritos with beans, meat and cheese. They would run them on sale and we'd go get a bag of burritos now and then.
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These are trying times for the food industry with inventory costs going up every week. But that does sound a little extreme for what you got.
This. My buddy showed me invoices from the folks he gets his stuff from comparing prices today vs 3 years ago and it is staggering.
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Not to highjack the OPís thread but my place is Montes Burritos Aledo. You can check out our reviews on Facebook or google. Homemade tortillas from scratch daily, all homemade sides and meats smoked by me.

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Where are the other locations? As I am always looking for a decent place to eat breakfast without doing major chain fast food
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Old 01-23-2022, 07:05 PM   #45
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Where are the other locations? As I am always looking for a decent place to eat breakfast without doing major chain fast food

My cousin owns and operates one in Carrollton, my uncle owns and operates one in Lake Whitney. We have a franchised location in Cleburne and Granbury. The menus are pretty similar as is the recipes but the service and quality can vary on a couple locations. Kind of what happens when you give up total control. I can only vouch 100% on my store in Aledo, now I eat at the others when Iím in the area but like I said the service can be spotty but the food is always on point.


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Old 01-23-2022, 07:09 PM   #46
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Still mad they killed the 7 layer burrito, you can still get it by modifying a burrito supreme but your still paying for a burrito supreme. I agree Taco Casa is far superior.
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Taco smell. Literally get the Schlitz 4hr after eating there everytime.


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Old 01-23-2022, 07:17 PM   #48
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Old 01-23-2022, 07:21 PM   #49
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Taco Bell was a regular " go to" place years ago, haven't been in one since Taco Casa and Taco Bueno started showing up. Oh, I'll have to try the Aledo place soon.
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Old 01-23-2022, 07:23 PM   #50
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I used to stop at Taco Bell in Eastland on the way to the lease. I’ve always had an iron stomach but the last two times I’ve gotten a bad case of the thin dirty butt vomits. No more.
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