Welcome To Philly: Taco Bell Mexican Cheesesteak “Commercial”

I don’t know if this is real or fake (though I’m pretty sure it’s fake). I don’t know if Taco Bell ever actually marketed a “Mexican Cheesesteak” (although it appears that they might have, at least in California), or whether this is a complete fabrication. And you know what? I don’t care. Because this video–whatever it is–is one of the funniest things I’ve seen in a month. We found it yesterday afternoon. I’ve watched it probably a dozen times since. And I have laughed every single time.

So now, as we begin to close out our broadcast day here at Foobooz HQ, I offer it to you. The Taco Bell Mexican Cheesesteak commercial. Enjoy…

  • Rich

    looks like they have actually had it:
    as usual they have to throw in peppers and onions…I hate when places do that…do any of the steak places here even put green peppers on the cheesesteaks?? hot peppers maybe….

  • Steve

    That’s the most suburban part of South Philly I’ve ever seen.

  • mmgth

    I don’t get what’s funny. “…welcome to Philly…stomp!”?

  • F***n Hilarious

    Yes…I giggled like a little school boy.

  • Tex

    Serves that pinata right for wearing a Rangers jersey. Funny stuff.

  • Lord Chumpterfold

    Funny because its shitty?

  • TacoBellisHell

    Wait why do these “South Philly” dudes sound like they’re from Northern NJ or NY / Long Island?

    Also, what a big, sprawling manse- would that be east of Broad or west of Broad?

  • Mike

    The green peppers are just weird. Apparently sweet peppers on sandwiches are pretty unique to Philly.

  • Mike

    But yeah, it’s hilarious, because it’s pretty clearly shot in LA, with broadly drawn charicatures of how left coasters think South Philly is.

  • barryg

    Green Peppers on cheesesteaks is gross, why do people eat that outside of this area? So weird.

  • diParma

    What Joey Vento wasn’t available for this spot…?

  • bryan

    Could be Washington Township.

  • laeagle

    Worst Philly accents ever. I live in LA and actually auditioned for the Jack in the Box ad for a Philly cheesesteak sandwich. I was very excited to be able to go full “Philly” with the accent (as a Philly native). Of course, they gave it to someone who sounded like a Brooklyn Dodgers fan…