Drink Más: Taco Bell Is Set To Open A New Location That Serves Alcohol

Loyal Taco Bell fans dreamt of one day being able to order alcohol at their favorite fast food restaurant.

Soon, the world will be one step closer to fulfilling those fans' dreams. A Chicago-based Taco Bell location offering the chain's first-ever booze menu will open sometime this month.

Located in the Wicker Park neighborhood of Chicago, the Taco Bell will reportedly offer reasonably priced beer, wine and "Twisted Freezes."

I mean, who would say no to $3 beer, wine and sangria? I wouldn't! And if you're looking to spend, the Twisted Freezes will be alcohol-infused, slushy-style drinks priced at $7.19.

According to DNAinfo, the Wicker Park Taco Bell was originally supposed to open its doors to patrons over Labor Day weekend, but plans changed. However, the 1439 N. Milwaukee Avenue location is still set to take its scene to a whole new level.

An official plan says the location will sell liquor until 10 pm on weekdays, and on weekends, liquor sales will end at midnight.

Aside from alcoholic beverages, customers will still be able to order their Taco Bell favorites, as well as new menu items called "Shareables" -- all for no more than $5 each.

As of now, there is no official opening date for the Wicker Park Taco Bell. But, we can only hope once it does open, the franchise looks to expand its liquor sales countrywide!

Check out the tweet below for a closer look at the new menu.

Citations: Taco Bell's First Ever Booze Menu: 'Twisted' Margs, $3 Beers and More (DNAinfo)