Taco Bell is taking a new direction, providing more upscale menu items at locations that just look amazing. Take a look at all these delicious options, for a more sophisticated pallet, in an amazing first look at the restaurant!

U.S. Taco Co. is the name of this new recreation of Taco Bell and the first location opened up a few days ago in Huntington Beach, California. Taco Bell released these pictures of the menu plated when the plans were finalized earlier this year to make this happen. Lets take a look!

First thing you will notice is U.S. Taco's signature thick-cut fries on a lot of the plates. This combo meal also includes a steak taco, and a 'Friggin' fried ice cream milkshake, and a steak taco. It's called the 'Stallion' combo.

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On to "Winner Winner" tacos, as in - winner winner chicken dinner! Southern-style fried chicken breast smothered in South of the Border gravy, roasted corn, pico de gallo, jalapenos, and cilantro, in a flour tortilla.

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Prices are pretty reasonable at about $4 a taco. Here is another picture of the "Winner Winner."

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How about roasted chile queso with habanero-dusted "Papas Fritas."

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This one is called the "One Percenter." Lobster, garlic butter, slaw, roasted poblano crema and cilantro on flatbread. Fancy.

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On to the "Not My First Rodeo" taco. This one looks really tasty. Smoked brisket, molcajete salsa, slaw, pickled onions and cilantro. This one got me hungry!

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I really like the design inside the resturant, and I think it will really appeal to their target client, the younger generation.

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Want to eat outside? This is an outdoor patio, just like at other more upscale mexican food restaurants.

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This is a rendering of what the outside will look like. The sugar skull logo really stands out.

I would love to try all of these new amazing menu items. Hopefully these will start popping up in cities closer to us. Now I am going to eat lunch.