Mexican-style fast food has become an American staple, and Taco Time is one of the best. Since 1959, Americans have enjoyed the crunch of every nacho and the flavor of every burrito at Taco Time. And if you love burritos, you’ll love them in the morning.
The Taco Time breakfast menu is small, but you’ll love every option. Not every Taco Time location serves breakfast, so count yourself lucky if your nearest Taco Time offers breakfast food. And if you have to travel for a breakfast quesadilla, every mile will be worth it.
Taco Time Breakfast Hours & Days
- Monday – Saturday: 8:00 AM – 11:00 PM
- Sundays: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Hours may vary on location. Check your nearest Taco Time for a correct hours listing.
Breakfast Menu Items
I have a hard time making decisions, especially when it comes to food. If you’re like me, the Taco Time breakfast menu is perfect for you—just a couple options. But the best part is that every option is the right choice! And we’ll outline some of Taco Time’s most popular breakfast foods so you can feel confident in your next order.
- Ultimate Burrito
- Country Burrito
- Sausage and Egg Burrito
- Bacon and Egg Burrito
- Egg and Tater Burrito
- Breakfast Quesadilla
- Taters and Gravy
Taco Time’s Most Popular Breakfast Foods
Ultimate Burrito: All the breakfast burritos at Taco Time are delicious, but the Ultimate Burrito is one of the most popular. A warm home-style tortilla is stuffed full of scrambled eggs, sausage, bacon, Mexi-Fries, cheddar cheese, picante sauce, and ranch dressing. That is packed full of protein and full of flavor you can’t resist.
Egg and Tater Burrito: The Egg and Tater Burrito may be a simpler option, but it certainly doesn’t have less appeal. Scrambled eggs, Mexi-Fries, cheddar cheese, and picante sauce make up this delicious option that is then hand-rolled in a tortilla.
Breakfast Quesadilla: If you aren’t feeling a burrito, consider the breakfast quesadilla. This gem of a menu item includes melted cheddar and pepper jack cheese for a bit of a kick. Mix that with scrambled eggs and bacon and spread on a home-style tortilla and you have one heck-of-a meal.
Taters and Gravy: No one said fries couldn’t be for breakfast. Taco Time is proud of its Mexi-fries, which are bite-sized potato bits seasoned with a special spice blend. The breakfast version smothers these morsels in country gravy for a delicious treat.