Whether it’s a business meeting, an event, or game day Qdoba Catering menu offers many options that are pleasing for a variety of people. The catering options consist of: hot naked burrito bar, hot taco bar, hot nacho bar, boxed lunches, and add-ons. The hot naked burrito bar and the hot taco bar include the choice of cilantro-lime rice or seasoned brown rice, choice of black or pinto beans, and marinated grilled chicken and steak. The hot taco bar replaces the rice and beans with flour tortillas and corn taco shells. In addition, three salsas- Salsa Roja, Salsa Verde, Pico de Gallo, cheese, sour cream, hand-smashed Guacamole, and handmade tortilla chips are included with these options. Of course necessities such as napkins, serving utensils, and disposable cutlery come with the order. In these option desserts, such as double chocolate brownies and chocolate chip cookies, and beverages are optional. What sets Qdoba Catering menu apart is their boxed lunches. For events or meetings that need a portable option boxed lunches are provided with a choice of either vegetarian burrito, adaobo-marinated grilled chicken burrito, or grilled steak burrito. They are also included with handmade tortilla chips, Salsa Verde, choice of chocolate brownie or chocolate chip cookie, and optional beverage. Lastly, the add-ons consist of all things mentioned above in most cases of either 4-6 servings or 20 servings. The Qdoba Catering team will deliver and set up orders and you can earn reward points by using your Qdoba Rewards card on Qdoba Catering orders.
Below are the latest Qdoba Catering prices.
QDOBA CATERING MENU
HOT NAKED BURRITO BAR
Let your guests choose from white rice tossed with
cilantro & lime or Adobo Seasoned Brown Rice, slow simmered
beans and Adobo-marinated flame-grilled chicken and steak. (20 Person Min.)
Naked Burrito Bar
Naked Burrito Bar w/ Cookie or Brownie
HOT TACO BAR
Satisfy your guests with a hot taco bar. Let them choose from soft flour tortillas or crispy corn taco shells filled with Qdoba Adobo-marinated flame-grilled chicken and steak. (10 Person Min.)
Nacho Bar w/Cookie or Brownie
Qdoba boxed lunches are perfect for bus trips, working meetings or any time you need a grab and go lunch. ( 10 Person Min.)
The Qdoba Mexican Grill opened its first restaurant in 1995 when Anthony Miller and partner Robert Hauser brought San Francisco-style burritos to Denver, Colorado. It was first called Zuma and later renamed as Z-TECA Mexican Grill, before it became Qdoba. Aside from burritos, Qdoba also serves quesadillas, taco salads, chile con queso, Mexico gumbo, and fresh guacamole while keeping Qdoba prices low. Qdoba started franchising in 1997. It was expanded by ACI Capital until 2003 when Jack in the Box Inc. acquired Qdoba Restaurant Corporation, operator and franchiser of Qdoba Mexican Grill. It continued its expansion under Jack in the Box, among the nation’s leading fast-food hamburger chains in the United States. The company operates more than 300 restaurants and has 323 franchisees in the US and four more in Canada. With its restaurants operating in 47 states as well as in the District of Columbia and in Canada, Qdoba is considered a leader in fast-casual dining. Each Qdoba restaurant showcases food that celebrates Qdoba’s passion for ingredients, a menu full of innovative flavors, handcrafted preparation and inviting service.