Torchy’s Tacos is an American fast-food restaurant chain famous for its tasty tacos. Besides tacos, you can serve here queso and chips, burritos, guacamole, salads, Mexican rice and many more.
Clients keep coming back at Torchy’s Tacos for the brunch and breakfast options, and for the delicious fast-food tacos, obviously. In order to get an idea about how much you should budget for dining at Torchy’s Tacos, you can take a look at the table below where you can find their latest menu prices.
|Bacon, Egg & Cheese||$3.89|
|Potato, Egg & Cheese||$3.89|
|Chorizo, Egg & Cheese||$3.89|
|Jalapeño Sausage, Egg & Cheese||$3.89|
|Potato, Bean & Cheese||$3.89|
|Bean & Cheese Taco||$3.39|
|BYO Breakfast Taco||$3.89|
|Family Pack Beef Fajita||$38.99|
|Family Pack Crossroads||$38.99|
|Family Pack Chicken Fajita||$33.99|
|Family Pack Green Chile Pork||$33.99|
|Family Pack Trailer Park||$33.99|
|Family Pack Trailer Park Trashy||$38.99|
|Weekender Bundle Beef Fajita||$80.99|
|Weekender Bundle Chicken Fajita||$75.99|
|Weekender Bundle Crossroads||$80.99|
|Weekender Bundle Green Chile Pork||$75.99|
|Weekender Bundle Trailer Park||$75.99|
|Weekender Bundle Trailer Park Trashy||$80.99|
Damn Good Tacos
|Trailer Park Trashy||$5.39|
|Green Chile Pork||$5.39|
Chips & Dips
|Salsa & Chips||$4.59|
|Salsa & Chips||Half||$2.69|
Sides & Treats
|Pico De Gallo||$2.99|
|Rice Black Bean Combo||$2.69|
|Rice Pinto Bean Combo||$2.69|
|Double Chocolate Brownie||$2.99|
|Gluten Free Brownie||$2.99|
|Peanut Butter Brownie||$2.99|
|Bean & Cheese Taco||$2.79|
|Grilled Chicken Taco||$3.49|
|Fried Chicken Taco||$3.99|
|Diet Dr Pepper||$3.79|
|Bev Orange Juice||$4.79|
|Honest Kids Apple Juice||$3.79|
To Go Drink Kit
|To Go Tito’s Kit||$38.99|
|To Go Mimosa Kit||$22.99|
|To Go Bloody Mary Kit||$38.99|
Torchy’s Tacos was founded in 2006 by Michael Rypka. He started his business with a red Vespa and a Taco truck located in Austin, Texas on Bouldin Creek at South 1st and created a menu out of experimental tacos. In order to attract customers, in the first days of the business, Michael offered free homemade salsa and chips. Once they tasted Torchy’s tacos, they said that they were “Damn Good”. And this is what became Torchy’s Taco mantra. This restaurant is constantly innovating in order to make sure that they deliver the tastiest queso, tacos, and margaritas in town.
Over time Torchy’s Tacos has received many awards and recognitions for its great work. For instance, in 2014 The Daily Meal included this restaurant in a top five list of the Best Tacos in America, and in 2015 Restaurant Business Magazine ranked Torchy’s Tacos among the fastest-growing small chains in the United States, in its annual top 20 “Future 50”.
Nowadays, Torchy’s Tacos serves unique, innovative tacos to clients at more than one hundred locations across fourteen states in America, such as Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
Every Torchy’s Tacos location has its own different and unique design, but the commitment to high-quality ingredients is present in all of their kitchens. In order to serve you the tastiest and freshest meals, they focus on developing partnerships all over the country and throughout the world to responsibly source the best ingredients.
Another common thing in all of Torchy’s Taco restaurants is the casual ambiance, and the welcoming and friendly staff. Moreover, they do their best to serve your food in a timely manner and you will usually only have to wait around ten minutes for your order.
Torchy’s Tacos menu includes various Breakfast Tacos options such as Monk Special, made with bacon, eggs, cheese, potatoes, and chiles; Crossroads, made of beef brisket, avocado, grilled onions, jack cheese, and others; Migan which contains scrambled eggs, Pico de Gallo, crisp corn tortilla strips and shredded cheese; Trailer Park, that is made of fried chicken, Pico de Galo, cheese, lettuce, and green chiles; Baja Shrimp, which is made of hand-battered fried shrimp, lime, queso fresco, pickled jalapenos, and others; Independent, that contains Portobello mushrooms, avocado, roasted corn, cilantro, black beans, escabeche carrots, and queso fresco; Republican, that consists of grilled jalapeno sausages, Pico de Gallo and shredded cheese. There are some other options you can go for and all are served on a flour tortilla, having a price of anywhere between $5.5 and $7.75.
The Eats and Treats category includes Nookies, that cost anywhere between $14 and $16, Burrito, which is priced at around $10, Love Pubbles, that is practically dark chocolate brownie and cost around $4.5, and Corn which costs around $5.5.
Be prepared to pay anywhere between $5.5 and $7.5 for Chips and Dips. The options would include Chips & Salsa, Green Chile Queso & Chips, and Chips & Guacamole.
The sides are priced at $4 to $7 and include refried beans, guacamole, rice, Pico de Galo, and Salsa.
For a drink, you will have to pay around $4.25 and you will be able to choose between iced tea, fountain soda, fresh ground coffee, bottled soda, and orange juice.
Torchy’s Tacos FAQs
At what time does Torchy’s Tacos open?
Torchy’s Tacos opens every day at 10 a.m., but it may vary from one location to another. So, if you want to find out which are the opening hours of a certain location, you should visit the official website of the restaurant.
At what time does Torchy’s Tacos close?
Torchy’s Tacos closes Sunday through Thursday at 9 p.m. and at 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. But again, it depends on the location and the day of the week, and you should verify this information on the restaurant’s official website.
Who founded Torchy’s Tacos?
Torchy’s Tacos was founded by Mike Rypka in 2006.
What are Torchy’s Tacos sauces?
Torchy’s Tacos offers six different signature salsas which are Diablo, Roja, Avocado, Tomatillo, Chipotle, and Poblano.
What oil does Torchy’s Tacos use?
Torchy’s Tacos uses safflower oil to cook their dishes.