Though coveting thy neighbor's wife or underground sprinkler system is beyond the pale, longing for a mouthful of his cuisine is an understandable desire. Today's Groupon satisfies desires to eat from the table of our nation's neighbor: for $5, you get $10 worth of Mexican and American fare at Del Taco.
Stacks of crispy tacos, bundles of burgers, and batches of breakfast burritos burst out of Del Taco's menu, delighting taste buds 24 hours a day. An egg and cheese burrito ($1.99) or bacon and egg quesadilla ($2.19) proves as a perfect wakeup for weary mouths, and the shredded-beef burrito puts hunger to sleep with its flavorful folds and stories of an ill-fated romance with a crêpe ($4.49). Quiet talkative tummies with a crispy fish taco ($1.79), spicy chicken burrito ($2.59), bacon double Del cheeseburger ($3.19), or a side of chili-cheddar fries ($2.59), or test a boastful straw against a thick chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry milkshake. The herbivore-oriented can feast fiber-rich fangs into a veggie-works burrito ($2.39) or cheddar quesadilla ($1.99), and a petite dessert menu finishes off any meal with taste-bud ticklers such as caramel cheese-cake bites ($1.99) and churros ($0.99).
- When I ate here, it was pretty new & very clean. The food is as awesome as I remember it being. – Dave G., Yelp, 7/12/10
- You get more food for less money, and the staff there just seems less miserable than some of the other fast food joints. Macho Nachos with Shredded Beef is the way to go! – Katy, Google Maps user on 9/22/10
Started in 1964 in Yermo, California, the Del Taco quick-serve restaurant chain now spans 17 states with over 530 stores, speedily serving south-of-the-border fare along with hearty American burgers. All menu items are made-to-order using fresh ingredients, such as freshly-grated cheddar cheese, homemade salsa, slow-cooked beans, and marinated grilled chicken. Several variations of tacos cradle meats such as chicken, steak, and crispy fish between corn tortillas, and burritos range from the small, intimate half-pound bean and cheese to the meaty Macho style, which refuses to ask for directions on road trips. Signature sauces, such as Del Inferno, Del Scorcho, or Mild sauce may be smothered onto any menu item for added zest. A drive-through hands out cheesy quesadillas throughout the late-night hours, passing the time until the sunrise's yellow, orange, and red hues announce its hunger for breakfast, which is served all day, including biscuit and muffin sandwiches, and breakfast burritos filled with eggs, cheese, sausage, or bacon.
3348 Secor Rd.
Toledo, Ohio 43606Get Directions