Taco John's Menu & Prices

Find Taco John's Menu Prices & Most Popular Food Items

This is your source for Taco John’s menu prices. Each one of Taco John’s establishments offer lunch, breakfast, and dinner, along with a tasty dessert menu that’ll blow away even the most particular Mexican food lovers.

The Potato Ole — a Taco John’s signature favorite — is an absolute must. Repeat! If you find yourself dining here, do yourself a favor and get 2, 3, or even 4 orders of these round bite-sized potato nuggets. They’re like tater tots, but better: deep fried to crispy perfection, then coated with their blend of spices and seasoning.

But what about the tacos! Their Street Tacos pack a powerful punch, bringing more flavor than any taco on the block. Pick between shredded beef or grilled chicken, then watch as they load them up with crazy delicious garlic lime sauce and crumbled cheese Mexican Cheese.

You’ll find more fan favorites like these on Taco John’s Menu below:



Street Tacos$1.29
Crispy Taco$1.29
Six Pack & A Pound6 Pc.$10.99
Softshell Taco$2.49
Stuffed Grill Taco$2.99
Taco Bravo$2.49


Meat & Potato Burrito$4.29
Super Burrito$3.69
Chicken Grilled Burrito$4.19
Bean Burrito$1.29


Scrambler Burrito$17.09
Meat & Potato Breakfast Burrito6 Pc.$17.99
Spicy Chorizo Breakfast Burrito$17.89
Chicken & Gravy Breakfast Burrito$17.99
Junior Breakfast Burrito$17.89
Potato Oles Scrambler$17.09


Crispy Tacos Combo2 Pc.$4.99
Super Burrito$5.99
Two Softshell Tacos$5.99
Taco Bravo$4.99
Meat & Potato Burrito$6.99
Chicken Grilled Burrito$6.69
Chicken Quesadilla$4.99
Meat & Potato Burrito & Softshell Taco$6.99
Stuffed Grill Taco$5.49


Taco Salad$4.79
Crunchy Chicken$4.29
Mexi Rolls2 Pc.$2.19
Mexi Rolls4 Pc.$3.89
Mexi Rolls6 Pc.$5.19
Cheesy Quesadilla$4.99
Super NachosSmall$3.59
Super NachosRegular$4.99
Super Potato OlesSmall$3.59
Super Potato OlesRegular$4.99


Mexican Donut Bites$1.49


Chips & Queso$2.69
Chips & Nacho Cheese$0.99
Potato OlesSmall$1.89
Potato OlesMedium$2.29
Potato OlesLarge$2.59
Refried Beans$1.89
Side Salad$1.89


Boyers Coffee$1.69


These items may vary from day to day
Pork Carnitas Breakfast Tacos$5.49

Popular Menu Items

If you’re going to Taco John’s for the first time, we suggest you go straight for their Soft Shell Tacos; an instant classic.

Need something really, really big… perhaps something that packs a flavorful punch? Go for the Grilled Stuff Taco. It’s crispy in all the right places and stuffed with nine layers of flavor. Many would call this gargantuan colossus “Taco Heaven.”

Check out our personal favorites below:

Meat & Potato Burrito

Meat married with potato, a timeless Taco John’s classic. Made with your choice of 100% American Angus beef or crunchy chicken, this is an offering that will leave you satisfied. The best part is that it comes with their delicious Potato Oles along with nacho cheese, sour cream, lettuce and tomatoes.

Street Tacos

Yep! It’s a chain, and they have tacos that are as good as any five-star food truck. At Taco John’s when you get the Street Tacos the possibilities are endless. Pick between your choice of shredded beef or grilled chicken, then load them up with Taco John’s mysteriously good garlic lime sauce and crumbled Mexican cheese.


Oh, that’s right! Rivaling even the most delicious Taco on the menu, the Potato Oles are a keystone of the Taco John’s menu. If you’re a dipper, then these were crafted just for you. Imagine all of the nacho cheese, sour cream, and guacamole dipping possibilities.

Round bites of crunchy potato, theses suckers are cooked fresh and sprinkled with their signature blend of bold spices.

Taco John’s History

Since the first food stand, Taco John’s has continued to serve up Mexican dishes in a fast and original manner. They span the Tex-Mex map… and do most of “the work” themselves; making everything from handmade salsas (that’s right!) to their very own freshly made taco shells.

This Tex-Mex story began in 1968 when a lil-ol’ taco stand in Cheyenne, Wyoming dazzled customers with their delicious tacos. And would you know it, in 1969 (after the massive success of that one taco stand) two businessmen by the names of James Woodson and Harold Holmes purchased the franchise, but decided to name all of the new restaurants after the man who opened that first store: John.

Fun fact – these were the guys that invented the phrase,” Taco Tuesday!” They even have it trademarked!