Taco Bell has announced that it will be removing the Quesarito from menus nationwide on April 19th, nearly a decade after its debut. The Quesarito, a burrito wrapped in a quesadilla, was a fan favorite when it first appeared on the menu in 2014, but Taco Bell has not disclosed why it is being removed or if it may return in the future.
However, the fast-food chain is bringing back two other items that were previously on the menu: the Bacon Club Chalupa and the Double Steak Grilled Cheese Burrito. Both items returned to the menu on Thursday for a limited time.
According to the Taco Bell Wiki Page, the Bacon Club Chalupa was last seen on the menu two years ago. The return of these items may help soften the blow for Quesarito fans who still have over a month to order the cheesy delight online or on the Taco Bell app before it’s gone for good.
Taco Bell has a history of rotating its menu items to keep customers interested, and the removal of the Quesarito is just the latest change. While some may be sad to see it go, others will be eagerly anticipating the return of the Bacon Club Chalupa and Double Steak Grilled Cheese Burrito.
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