Taco Bell recently ran a new ad starring comedian Pete Davidson in which he apologizes for the chain’s breakfast menu. The humorous commercial sparked an idea now making its way to Chicago. A breakfast-centric Taco Bell popup is in the works at the popular Wrigleyville location.
‘The Apology’ ad stars Davidson and shows him apologizing for the bizarre breakfast items of the past– from waffle tacos to the biscuit taco and other interesting combinations, the chain has been known to go a bit far in its quest to capture customer’s attention.
From October 20 to 23 head to Wrigleyville’s Taco Bell Cantina (1107 W. Addison Street) where the restaurant will become “the Bell Breakfast” complete with all-day breakfast items.
As for the popup itself, it’s sure to follow the line in the commercial– creating a place filled with only ‘breakfast crunch things.’ The menu promises to be simple, a breakfast wrap with hash browns, and other classic items.
This isn’t Taco Bell’s first foray into new debuts in Chicago locations. They first opened Taco Bell Cantina in Wicker Park back in 2015– making it the first Taco Bell to sell alcohol nationwide.
Will Davidson make an appearance at the grand opening? Who’s to say, as nothing as been officially confirmed, but make sure to watch his commercial here. The Taco Bell Cantina in Wrigleyville is open Monday through Sunday from 8 AM to 10 AM
See also: 1107 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 60613