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Taco Bell Announced Discontinued Vintage Item's Return Date

From Nov. 17–20, Taco Bell will bring back the Enchirito (nationwide at participating locations).

This limited-time-only menu item was a flour tortilla filled with meat, beans, and sliced onions, doused in red sauce, and topped with cheddar cheese.

This year, Taco Bell launched its first in-app voting experience for Rewards members to choose between two discontinued products with the possibility of a rebirth.

The chain's mobile app gathered over 760,000 votes to decide between the 1990s Double Decker Taco and the Enchirito. 62% of fans supported the dish's comeback.

Taco Bell has brought back classics before. Check out a few more that fans called for and returned—some as a brief re-run, others perhaps for good.

Taco Bell vegetarians adore the few options that showcase the chain's well-seasoned potatoes.

In August 2020, financial cutbacks forced the removal of the Cheesy Fiesta Potatoes and Spicy Potato Soft Tacos from U.S. stores, angering consumers.

Taco Bell's Mexican Pizza is back by popular demand. In 2020, the chain's potatoes and this distinctive menu item were cut.

Despite being informed of the extensive list of discontinuations that year, over 80,000 people joined a petition to rescue the Mexican Pizza.

Taco Bell's Grilled Cheese Burritos have cheese inside and out for the ultimate cheese-pulling experience. The fast-food chain returned after being terminated in 2020.

Seasoned Beef, Double Steak, and Spicy Double Steak Grilled Cheese Burritos are on Taco Bell's limited-time menu.

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