Taco Time - Franchise
Quick Franchise Summary
For nearly 50 years, TacoTime has offered our loyal customers a tasty variety of freshly prepared, home-style Mexican fare. Our ingredients and the care we take in making our food fresh makes us truly a one-of-a-kind taste experience and sets us apart from our competitors. Learn more about how you can become a successful Taco Time owner!
Franchise Cost, Fees & Facts
|Minimum Cash Required||$100,000|
|Total Investment||$371,150 – $605,300|
|Financing Assistance||3rd Party|
|# of Existing Units||400|
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Taco Time - Franchise Information
Taco Time has been named to Entrepreneur® magazine’s prestigious annual Franchise 500® list every year since 2006. Taco Time is a quick-service restaurant chain offering a tasty variety of freshly prepared, home-style, Mexican fare. No one takes more pride in the food they serve than we do at Taco Time restaurants. From humble beginnings in Eugene, Oregon back in 1959, the Taco Time restaurant chain has risen to its position today as the quality leader in the Mexican quick service restaurant franchise industry.
We offer quality, fresh ingredients in large portions with a special blend of spices to create a unique flavor profile. While other Mexican quick service restaurants cut corners, we take the time to do it right. We use real aged cheddar cheese, boneless, skinless, all-white chicken, domestic lean ground beef, ripe tomatoes, tangy cilantro and juicy limes. Real ingredients make better food.
Our Franchise Ownership Experience
Kahala, franchisor of the Taco Time brand, is proud of the extensive support provided to our franchisees. When you join the Taco Time brand, you'll never be alone, because we'll be with you every step of the way. Our dedicated Taco Time team will assist you with important pre-opening steps such as site selection, design and construction, as well as a grand opening plan. Our proven operating system and industry experience enables us to keep the cost of entry and operating costs as low as possible.