|By Marketwired .||
|April 2, 2014 12:43 PM EDT||
LAKE FOREST, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/02/14 -- Del Taco, serving breakfast for more than 30 years, introduces new breakfast tacos, each made with fresh-grilled eggs and hand-grated cheddar cheese. Beginning April 3, and starting at just 75 cents, the breakfast tacos lineup includes:
- Breakfast Taco: fresh-grilled eggs and hand-grated cheddar cheese in a warm flour tortilla - 75 cents each
- Bacon Breakfast Taco: fresh-grilled eggs, hand-grated cheddar cheese and bacon in a warm flour tortilla - $1.00 each
- Sausage Breakfast Taco: fresh-grilled eggs, hand-grated cheddar cheese and sausage in a warm flour tortilla - $1.00 each
- Steak Breakfast Taco: fresh-grilled eggs, hand-grated cheddar cheese and carne asada steak in a warm flour tortilla - $1.75 each
Guests can customize their spice level with their choice of Del Taco's Taco Sauces.
As an introductory offer, from April 3 - 27, guests will receive a free order of five-piece hashbrown sticks with purchase of two breakfast tacos, available from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. at participating locations.
"Our Buck & Under breakfast menu items and breakfast tacos are unparalleled in the industry in terms of their value, variety and made-to-order approach," said John Cappasola, chief brand officer, Del Taco. "For more than 30 years, our guests have counted on Del Taco to deliver a delicious breakfast at a great price, and we plan to continue building on this promise."
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.
About Del Taco
2014 marks Del Taco's 50th anniversary. At Del Taco, all menu items taste better because they are made to order with fresh ingredients including cheddar cheese grated from 40-pound blocks, handmade pico de gallo salsa, lard-free beans slow-cooked from scratch, and marinated chicken grilled in the restaurant. The menu includes classic Mexican dishes such as tacos, burritos, quesadillas and nachos as well as American favorites including hamburgers, crinkle-cut fries and shakes. In 2013, Del Taco announced a rebranding effort and the "UnFreshing Believable" advertising campaign to communicate the lengths the company goes to in order to deliver quality, made-to-order menu items created with freshly-prepared ingredients. Del Taco also serves breakfast featuring a full line of breakfast burritos. Del Taco has 547 restaurants in 17 states serving more than three million guests each week. Consumers can receive coupons for free food by "liking" Del Taco on Facebook at www.facebook.com/deltaco or joining our Raving Fan eClub at www.DelTaco.com/RavingFan. For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/deltaco or www.deltaco.com.
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