Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, The two story Taco Bell Defy is the first-of-its-kind restaurant that has multiple drive-thru lanes and uses a proprietary lift system to deliver food from the second-story kitchen right to your car. It does not have a traditional dining room anymore. (Photo by: Michael Siluk/UCG/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

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The Las Vegas Taco Bell That's The First Of Its Kind
The very first Taco Bell location that opened in 1962 had only a walk-up window for ordering. Just like the first Taco Bell, the new Taco Bell "Go Mobile" location in Las Vegas features a similar concept and does not have any indoor seating.
The new location is the first in a new wave of Taco Bells specializing in mobile orders and has two drive-thru lanes — one for customers and one for delivery drivers. Customers can, however, go inside to order and choose to eat on the covered patio.
With the rapid growth of delivery services, and even the ghost kitchens and virtual restaurants that assist in said services, these futuristic concepts are assumably here to stay. It's pretty sweet how even this uber-modern, mobile orders-only Taco Bell still pays homage to its humble start.