Qdoba Catering Cost

Qdoba is the perfect solution for any catering needs, and their hot tacos or tortilla soup are loved by most people. Their large menu offers something to please everyone in your group with its variety of meats, flavors & styles.

The price of catering at Qdoba will vary depending on where you are located, how many people are in your group, and what kind of food service option is chosen for your event. The easiest way to find out more about the cost is by contacting them directly.

How much does Qdoba catering cost?

Qdoba’s pricing is very reasonable, with the average cost per person sitting around $10 to $15. You can order catering in-store pickup or for delivery, but there will be a one-time fee of $27 for shipping as long as it is within their travel area. The price will be influenced by some factors, including the catering package, the food type you choose and if there any add-on, plus the place you where are living.

In the table below you will find some price estimates for different types of Qdoba catering packages. It is important to take into consideration that these costs will vary depending on the location.

Type of Catering Price
All Box Lunches (grilled chicken, steak, and/or veggies) $9.50 per person
Hot Naked Burrito Bar (20 person minimum) $11 per person
Hot Nacho Bar (20 person minimum) $11 per person
Hot Taco Bar (10 person minimum) $11 per person

According to a member of the Gardenweb.com forum, the cost of catering for 20 people was around $190.

Qdoba catering details

Qdoba Catering TableThe taco bar is the perfect choice to enjoy a variety of meats and vegetables. The steak, chicken, and even potatoes are all made fresh daily. There will be plenty for everyone including salsas in many varieties, sour cream with chives or cilantro, guacamole, which can also include onions if you prefer less spice, lettuce, tomatoes & other veggies.

At Qdoba catering you can choose from three types of salsa:

  • Pico de Gallo, which has a mild taste and is made from tomatoes, jalapeño chiles, lime juice, red onion, and cilantro;
  • Salsa Verde, which has a medium taste and is made from jalapeño chiles, tomatillos, cilantro, and garlic;
  • Tomato jalapeño, which is the spicy red salsa made from jalapeño chiles, roasted tomatoes, and cilantro.

The taco bar orders will include all three types of salsa presented above.

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Qdoba is committed to ensuring that the food at your event is top-notch. They will send someone to the event site. They’ll set up all of your dishes, pull out the food and make sure everything stays fresh during the time people are eating. This employee then puts away what needs to be stored, and also cleans up after themselves so nothing’s left behind. You can do all this job yourself by picking up the food and the needed equipment directly from the store. It all depends on the price you want to pay and the restaurant you are going to choose.

The catering food will be served in chafing dishes, a chafing stand, and heaters. You may keep the hot stand to use with your next Hot Taco Bar or return it for two complimentary Signature Burrito coupons from Qdoba Mexican Grill.

Guests will be able to see the meats, salsas, and other condiments for their meal choice with table tents.

All the serving tools such as napkins, plates, or matches will be included.

What are the extra costs?

You have to budget for the add-ons in case you want any of them. These are optional. In the table below are presented the price estimates for some of them.

Add-on Average Price
3-Cheese Queso (20 servings) $25
Tortilla Chips and Salsa (10 servings) $18
Black or Pinto Beans (20 servings) $20
Cilantro-Lime Rice or Seasoned Brown Rice (20 servings) $20
Salsa (6 servings) $4
Guacamole (6 servings) $7

The costs of beverages will usually be around $7 for an iced tea or bulk lemonade and $3 for a soda bottle.

You will have to pay an extra fee in case you call them to order a catering service less than 24 hours in advance.

In the situation where the equipment or tools used for catering are lost or damaged, you will have to pay for replacement or repairs.

If you will need an employee to run the catering line for you, we recommend that you leave a tip, but this is not a must.

Important things to consider

You’ll want to make sure you call at least 24 hours in advance, if possible because in this way you will get the best prices for their products and services. Also, they need a little bit of time to prepare your order.

How can I save money?

You can use the chafing stand to make your next hot taco bar or return it to Qdoba and get two complimentary Signature Burritos.

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