Taco Bell might be a relative new-comer to the breakfast scene, but its innovative menu made it an instant hit with fast food fans. Most chains offer an all-too-similar selection of breakfast sandwiches, but Taco Bell’s 15-item breakfast menu introduced us to items like the grilled breakfast burritos, AM Crunchwraps, and a breakfast quesadilla. So what time does Taco Bell stop serving breakfast?
Taco Bell starts serving items from the breakfast menu at 6 a.m. Breakfast is then served until 11 a.m.—a full half hour later than other fast food chains like McDonald’s and Burger King, which need that time to clear their griddle space for the lunchtime burger menu. Breakfast is available for dine-in, carry-out, or drive-thru.
In addition to its original breakfast items, Taco Bell also offers staples like hash browns, coffee, iced coffee, and a variety of sauces and add-ons to customize you meal.
To find a Taco Bell serving breakfast nearest you, visit the chain’s Taco Bell location finder.
Also see, Wendy’s to start serving breakfast soon.