Del Taco Breakfast Hours & Menu Guide


If you’re looking to grab a taco or quesadilla for breakfast from Del Taco, you’ve come to the right place.

In this article, we’ve got everything you want to know about breakfast at Del Taco. From store hours to how to order, we’ve got you covered.

All information in this article has been verified by our team for maximum accuracy.

However, because of the large number of Del taco outlets, each with its own franchise owners, some information may not be completely correct at all times of the year.

So, without further ado, let’s get into it.

What are the Hours of Operation at Del Taco?

One of the more noticeable features of any Del Taco outlet is that they are usually open 24 hours a day. Thus, almost all outlets you go to will be open regardless of the hour. Some outlets may not follow this, due to decisions made by the franchise owner, but odds are your local Del Taco never closes.

It’s important to note that while hours of operation may be 24 hours, Delivery may not be.

Curbside pickup, drive-thru, and delivery hours often differ from the in-store pickup. If you want to check these hours, we recommend contacting your local outlet.

What are the Breakfast Hours at Del Taco?

Del Taco starts serving breakfast at 11:00 p.m and goes on till almost noon the next day. Del Taco has pretty unique breakfast hours. Unlike most outlets, which start serving breakfast in the early morning, or have all-day breakfast options, Del Taco starts serving breakfast at night.

The following table lists the breakfast hours at most Del Taco outlets.

Table: Regular hours at Del Taco

DayBreakfast startsBreakfast end
Monday11:00 p.m.11:00 a.m.
Tuesday11:00 p.m.11:00 a.m.
Wednesday11:00 p.m.11:00 a.m.
Thursday11:00 p.m.11:00 a.m.
Friday11:00 p.m.11:00 a.m.
Saturday11:00 p.m.11:00 a.m.
Sunday11:00 p.m.11:00 a.m.

That’s right, Del Taco starts serving breakfast at 11:00 p.m and goes on till almost noon the next day.

According to their website, “Del Taco serves a variety of breakfast burritos, including the Epic Scrambler Burritos, breakfast quesadillas, and offers five items on its Buck & Under Menu. The company’s breakfast is offered daily between 11 p.m. and 11 a.m., appealing to both the late-night crowd and those looking to kick-start their day.”

Thus, it doesn’t matter if you have 3 a.m munchies, or if you need to be at work at 7:00 sharp, Del Taco has you covered for a filling, nutritious breakfast.

Del Taco Holiday Hours

While Del Taco may be open 24 hours a day, they aren’t open on all days of the year. The following table lists the holiday hours of most Del Taco Outlets. Note that while there is a good chance of outlets being open on the other days, it’s not always guaranteed.

If you’re unsure about whether or not your local Del Taco outlet will be open on a certain holiday, we recommend calling them in advance or checking their website before going for breakfast.

Table: Holiday hours at Del Taco

HolidaysHoliday Hours
New Year's DayRegular Hours
Martin Luther King Jr. DayRegular Hours
Valentine's DayRegular Hours
St. Patrick's DayRegular Hours
Good FridayRegular Hours
Easter SundayClosed
Easter MondayRegular Hours
Memorial DayRegular Hours
Independence DayRegular Hours
Labor DayRegular Hours
Columbus DayRegular Hours
HalloweenRegular Hours
Veterans DayRegular Hours
Day before ThanksgivingRegular Hours
Thanksgiving DayClosed
Black FridayRegular Hours
Christmas EveReduced Hours
Christmas DayClosed
Day after ChristmasRegular Hours
New Year's EveReduced Hours

Note that the “reduced hours” vary from outlet to outlet.

If you’re looking to order breakfast on any of these days, it’s best to call ahead and check what the working hours for that day are.

What are Some of the Items on the Del Taco Breakfast Menu?

Del Taco offers many different, diverse items on their breakfast menu. Some of the more popular items include the Huevos Rancheros Epic Burrito, hashbrown sticks, chorizo breakfast tacos, and bacon & egg breakfast quesadillas.

Del Taco also has coffee, iced coffee, orange drinks, strawberry soda, and more to go with your meal.

Lastly, if you’re looking for something more cost-effective, you can check out the 20 under $2 menu to see 20 items under the cost of $2. This list may include some breakfast items too.

If you’re still not satisfied, then hold your horses. In addition to all of this, Del Taco also has a secret menu. That’s right, they have some items that aren’t even on the menu, but don’t worry, we’ll tell you exactly what they are.

While there are many secret menu items like Go bold, the Green Machine, or the bun Taco, the secret breakfast item is the stoner burrito.

Ideal for starting your day, or curing your munchies, this half-pound cheese and bean burrito with secret sauce and crinkle fries gets you going regardless of the hour.

How Do I Contact my local Del Taco?

Whether you want to make an inquiry, place an order, or get directions, contacting your local Del Taco has never been easier. Simply follow these steps to find all the information you want about your local outlet.

Step 1:

Go to the official Del Taco website (, and select the “Locations” icon on the top right to open the store locator page.

Step 2:

Enter your address or zip code to view a list of outlets closest to you.

Step 3:

Select the “visit restaurant page” icon to go to the store information page.

The store information page has all relevant information regarding store hours, contact information, store address, delivery information, and much more.


We hope this article helped answer any questions you may have had regarding breakfast at Del Taco.

If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us. For any specific questions regarding a particular outlet, we recommend contacting Del Taco for the same.

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About Barbara Foster

Barbara is a traveler who has traveled to more than 25 countries. She loves the variety of food she gets to experience on her trips and maintains detailed journals of her travels which she plans to publish as a book someday. She loves to bake. Her favorite cuisines are Italian, French, and Mexican.