Qdoba Hours


Qdoba Company is a fast-casual restaurant chain located in the United States. They specialize in Mexican cuisine, served in a beautiful ambiance at relatively affordable prices. They are best known for their tacos, tortillas, and quesadillas. When Qdoba was started, the founders were aware that most Mexican foods were associated with excessive amounts of calories. Because of this, they began preparing their foods using vegetable oils as opposed to the usual animal fats. They also included a lot of fresh vegetables and herbs with every serving.

Important Update on COVID-19

Because of COVID-19, Qdoba operating hours can vary, or even the spot can be currently sealed because of quarantine restrictions. Look into the information regarding delivery alternatives on the local website of your Qdoba.

Qdoba tweaked their shopping hrs to permit the employees a little extra time for cleaning and to replenish products on shelving. Added to that, numerous Qdoba branches have recently setup certain shopping hours for individuals the at-threat local community.

What time does Qdoba open?

Monday 10:30 AM-10:00 PM
Tuesday 10:30 AM-10:00 PM
Wednesday 10:30 AM-10:00 PM
Thursday 10:30 AM-10:00 PM
Friday 10:30 AM-10:00 PM
Saturday 10:30 AM-10:00 PM
Sunday 10:30 AM-10:00 PM

Is Qdoba open today? Is Qdoba open tomorrow?

Is Qdoba open on Sunday? Yes, it is open

Qdoba closing time

What time does Qdoba close? It closes at 10:00 PM

History of Qdoba

Qdoba was started in 1995, as Zuma Fresh Mexican Grill. It was founded by two partners, Robert Hauser, and Anthony Miller. The restaurant operated using that name for the next two years before they had to rebrand. They then changed the name to Z-Teca, after being sued by a Mexican food restaurant named Zuzu, for apparently using a similar name that would confuse customers. In 1997, the brand began franchising, enabling them to expand into several new locations.

Even so, their growth was still limited by a lack of funds. In 1998, several companies including Western Capital put money into the company and helped them open several new outlets. The company became Qdoba in 1999, after being sued again for carrying a name that sounded similar to other restaurants. They were also able to tap into a wider market in 2009 after they introduced their kid’s menu.

Qdoba Holiday Hours – Open

April 21Easter Sunday

Date Holiday
January 21 Martin Luther King Jr. Day
February 14 Valentine’s Day
February 18 President’s Day
March 5 Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday
March 17 St. Patrick’s Day
April 19 Good Friday
April 22 Easter Monday
May 5 Cinco de Mayo
May 27 Memorial Day
July 04 Independence Day
September 02 Labor Day
June 16 Father’s Day
May 12 Mother’s Day
October 14 Columbus Day
October 31 Halloween
November 11 Veterans Day
November 28 Thanksgiving Day
November 29 Black Friday
December 24 Christmas Eve
December 26 Day after Christmas
January 01 New Year’s Day
December 31 New Year’s Eve

Qdoba Holiday Hours – Closed

Date Holiday
December 25 Christmas Day

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Business directions

The past decade has seen Qdoba grow in leaps, opening new branches in multiple cities across the US. Currently, the company stands at more than 70 branches in over 47 states, and it is projected that this number will increase rapidly in the coming years. Their ability to keep franchising and be able to fund all the new restaurants is largely thanks to funds from investors like Western Capital. In 2003, the brand was bought by Jack-in-the-box. The multiple brand owners oversaw Qdoba’s growth and expansion until 2017. Thereafter, a group of companies that included Apollo Global Management bought Qdoba and have been running it to date.

Key facts about the company

Besides the copyright lawsuits that saw Qdoba rebrand twice, the restaurant was also sued by Panera Bread sandwiches after trying to open up a Qdoba restaurant at White City. Panera Bread had an agreement with White City that no other sandwich restaurant would open in the same location. They claimed that the tacos and tortillas sold by Qdoba were sandwiches so the new branch would violate their contract. The courts ruled against Panera Bread, stating that Qdoba foods were not sandwiches in any way.

Despite the various setbacks, Qdoba still remains one of the largest Mexican cuisine fast casual restaurants in the United States. They have also managed to perform exceedingly well against their competitors, including restaurants such as the Chipotle Mexican Grill. They have been able to do this by franchising continuously, as well as buying other chain restaurants and rebranding them to Qdoba. They also strive to keep their menu as healthy as it was when the restaurant was starting, to avoid losing clients to healthier brands.

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