Taco Bell has started to bring breakfast back with original hours

Taco Bell has been gradually bringing breakfast back to enjoy at many locations

Taco Bell like many other establishments took a hit once the global pandemic took its aim on the United States. One of the things affected were restaurant operating hours and menu items. The fast-food establishment had to cut their breakfast menu due to a lack of demand and lack of consumers being on the road during breakfast hours.

According to Delish, Taco Bell has brought back their breakfast menu and is ramping up its service at various locations across the country. For many people, this is good news because we once again get a chance to get our hands and taste buds on fun items such as the Breakfast Crunchwrap. This is one of my favorite fast-food breakfast items and I recommend everyone try it at least once.

This is also good news for Taco Bell since they are attributing much of this year’s sales decline to the reduction of breakfast and late-night sales patronage. It makes sense for a company known as much for the fourth meal, as any signature menu item.

Taco Bell cut many items from their menu, but breakfast favorites are back

Despite the pandemic and a drop in sales, Taco Bell has moved full speed ahead with what they are calling a menu evolution. This meant trimming roughly 20 items from the menu over the last year, but thankfully completely axing the breakfast menu was not part of the plans.

This means the Hash Brown Toasted Breakfast Burrito can still be had. (And we are okay with that.)

So far, Taco Bell has brought back normal breakfast hours at more than half of its locations throughout the country. This is normally between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Knowing this, consumers who are back to work or at least just back on the roads for whatever reason can once again stop and grab other favorites like the Cinnabon Delights or a Cheesy Toasted Breakfast Burrito.