Where is Taco Time Corporate office Headquarters

Taco Time Headquarters Address and Contact

Taco Time
  • Address: 9311 East Via de Ventura, Scottsdale, AZ 85258, United States
  • Phone Number: 480-362-4800
  • Fax Number: 480-362-4812
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees:  1000
  • Established: 1960
  • Founder: Ron Fraedrick
  • Key People: Kevin Gingrich (Brand President)

Taco Time Headquarters Location & Directions

Taco Time Headquarters Executive Team



Mr. Howard Ollis

President and Chief Operating Officer

Steve Evans

Director of Marketing

About Taco Time, History and Headquarters Information

Taco Time was founded in the year 1960. The company has been active for almost 59 years now. The founder of the company was Ron Fraedrick. In the year 1962, the first Taco Time franchise opened in Tacoma, Washington. In the 1970s, the company expanded to almost 48 restaurants in seven Western states. In 1978, the company franchised its first international restaurant in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. In the year 1979, Taco Time Northwest became a licensee with the rights to the franchise and operate the Taco Time concept independently. Taco Time Northwest's operating region includes Western Washington from Longview to the Canada–United States border and the eastern Washington cities of Wenatchee and Moses Lake. During the 1990s, the company had also opened its stores at multiple locations in Greece as well. As of the year 2003, the company was taken over by Kahala Brands. The headquarters of the company is based in 9311 East Via de Ventura. The name of the place is Scottsdale, while the name of the state is Arizona, United States. The pin code is 85258.

Taco Time is an American company that focuses on providing various kinds of fast food dishes and recipes that are restaurant quality, to the customers in the USA. The company currently has its presence in over 300 locations all over the USA and Canada. The current brand president of the company is Kevin Gingrich. As of the current date, the number of employees working at the company is more than 1,000.

The primary services of the company include allowing customers to enjoy restaurant-quality fast food dishes and recipes, that are produced by the company’s restaurants themselves.

Taco Time Headquarters Photos

  • Kristen Taylor says:

    Your location in Nephi, UT is quite possibly the worst location in operation. We visited this store about a year ago and waited in the drive through for just under 1 hour. We thought we would give them another try today. There were 3 cars in line and we waited about 20 mins. Started to pull away after getting our food and lo and behold it’s the wrong order. I went in to the store to get the correct order and got no confirmation that they saw me come in. I had to say excuse me. I told them I got the wrong order and they asked what I ordered and had to repeat it twice. They hand me a new bag without any apologies for the mistake or anything. Please get this location trained better to fully represent what Taco Time stands for. We live in WV and look forward to having Taco Time when we visit Utah. Very disappointing to have consistently bad service at the same location.

  • Julie says:

    Just wanted to ask if all the Taco Times are as dirty as the one in Springfield, OR on S. Main? The building is never power washed, the “Time” on the sign is burned out, the landscaping is horrific, and the poor rhododendron in back of the building that you drive around at the drive-thru is dead and not maintained. I’ve only been here three times in the last year and it’s always dirty. Also, employee at the window wearing dirty shirt at 11:30 am. Sad

  • Lane Johnson says:

    So I’ve got a huge hang– with the Taco time Port Angeles — Location .. My hang up isWhat in Gods name has ever happen to service with a smile a warm friendly welcome Every single time. as I go to taco time to eat !!
    Each and every single time I go into Port Angeles Taco Time Each & all employees seem to be pissed off mad , upset Very customer service un friendly …. Why — why why do they all have to do this , is this Now days new customer service ?? I don’t get it …

  • Jami says:

    Can you legally change my hourly pay if I don’t give you my two weeks notice? The employer told me in my interview that if I don’t give my two weeks my pay will be reduced to $7 and some change an hour while my agreed pay is $9 an hour.

  • Don says:

    To whom this may concern:
    Time: Around 2:30 pm Pacific
    I was at one of your restaurants today for lunch. It was on the corner of Southwest, Allen and Lombard in Beaverton, Oregon.
    I seen something so upsetting and demoralizing that no one should have to go through.
    A Black Gentleman came into the restaurant and wanted to use the bathroom.
    He said from the start that he would buy something , he was sick and he left work early because he wasn’t feeling well.
    The Caucasian Female Manager was so Aggressive and rude to this man it was unbelievable.
    The first thing she said as she turned around and look that the person who was asking for assistance.
    Stated with an angry tone “Make Sure He Pays First”, The Hispanic man at the counter, just wanted to hand the man the bathroom key.
    This man was true to his word and did not want to get the man at the counter in trouble.
    He was looking at a meal for about $5, and he wanted to donate to a hungry homeless person.
    I am not sure how much he had to pay to go too the bathroom, But when he came out I seen he had a Intel Badge around his neck.
    He thanked everyone and left. I looked around to see if there were any signs stating that the only way to use the bathroom, you have to pay for your meal first.
    I’m an Attorney in the area. I went to look for the man because No one should be treated in this way. If this is your policy you should have signs stating that.
    I will never go back there and I will tell my friends to do the same.

  • Norman says:

    Trashy locations. Staff under trained. Just disgusting. You should not be allowed to serve food

  • susan says:

    Taco time is getting way to expensive for a fast food joint!

  • Tim Robinson says:

    I ordered a Burritto today, Paid using my debit card and went to pick it up only to find that your restaurant was closed. In Meridian, Idaho. I want my money back asap and wondering why a customer would even be able to place an order at a closed location?? This really sucks and I want my money back now! 949-687-8863

  • J. Wallace says:

    Visited store #6253 in Beaverton on 6/19/22 the drink cups we were given for our sodas were defective — once the soda was in the cup the condensation from the beverage made the ink on your cups liquify and transfer to our hands/clothing. I took photos/video showing the ink being wiped off the cup with a napkin as well as the damage done to clothing. I brought it to the store managers attention (she was very appreciative) and said that I needed to contact corporate and provide the information/details so that they could be aware and help in resolving the matter. I have left 3 vm since the 19th as this is the ONLY option available and left my contact information and requesting a follow-up call to discuss the damage to my daughters uniform. Your vm say’s that someone will respond within 24 hours–it has been 10 days and I am still waiting to hear from someone — A call/email would be appreciated.

  • Claire Fabbrizi says:

    Bring taco time to the East Coast! I am in Virginia and TacoTime is the most favorite thing that I miss from living on the West Coast. We need you here!

  • Wendy M Woods says:

    Time to branch out, Taco Time. Many Washington ex-pats are in the Midwest now. We need a Taco Time in Springfield, Missouri. Take a chance and bring your fresh taste to the “show me” state

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