Qdoba Catering Prices

Aside from traditional meal set-ups, any type of event such as a party, family reunion, or even a small office gathering can be made more fun with creative food and interactive food ideas. There’s something great and exciting about an eat-all-you-can snack bar where you can customize the food on your plate. It definitely has the potential to make a simple get-together more fun and memorable, because you will be giving your guests a unique experience way different from the usual and traditional sit-down meals or buffets. It is also a great idea to explore other cuisines like Mexican, Chinese, Italian and many others. If you are a regular party planner then it would be best to give your guests variety, especially in terms of flavour and food experiences. In your next party, you can try out Qdoba catering services for a Mexican-inspired food fiesta.

Here’s a list of Qdoba catering prices:

FoodCost

Qdoba Catering Menu

Qdoba Hot Bars

Hot Taco Bar (10 minimum)$10.00/person
Hot Taco Bar without Dessert (10 minimum)$9.50/person
Hot Nacho Bar (20 minimum)$10.00/person
Hot Nacho Bar without Dessert (20 minimum)$9.50/person
Hot Naked Burrito Bar (20 minimum)$10.00/person
Hot Naked Burrito Bar without Dessert (20 minimum)$9.50/person

Hot Bar Add-Ons

3-Cheese Queso (20 servings)$25.00/box
Fajita Veggies (20 servings)$20.00/box
Cilantro-Lime Rice or Seasoned Brown Rice (20 servings)$20.00/box
Black or Pinto Beans (20 servings)$20.00/box
Hand-Smashed Guacamole (4-6 servings)$7.00/box
Salsa (4-6 servings)$4.00/box

Box Lunches

Adobo-Marinated Grilled Chicken$8.50/person
Adobo-Marinated Grilled Steak$8.50/person
Fire Grilled Veggies$8.50/person

Handmade Tortilla Chips & Salsa

Handmade Tortilla Chips & Salsa (serves 10)$18.00/box
Handmade Tortilla Chips & Salsa (serves 20)$34.00/box

Beverages

Bulk Iced Tea$5.00
Bulk Lemonade$5.00
Bottled Coke Products$1.99

Extra Fees

Delivery Fee$25.00

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Company Overview

Qdoba is a fast casual American food chain known for Mexican-style dishes. The company is a subsidiary of Jack in the Box Inc., the company responsible for anothe equally interesting and popular American fast food restaurant known for their burgers and burritos. Qdoba also known as Qdoba Mexican Eats currently has more than 600 locations all over the United States, and they are continuously growing because of the popularity of their Mexican-style fare. The restaurant is best known for their San Francisco style burritos, tacos, quesadillas, taco salads, Mexican gumbo and so much more.

History

Qdoba’s roots can be traced back to the Zuma Fresh Mexican Grill which first opened in 1995. The latter was founded by partners Anthony Miller and Robert Hauser in Denver, Colorado. The partnership began when the two met in New York, while Hauser was studying at the Culinary Institute of America and working at the famous Le Cirque restaurant. The creation of Zuma Fresh was a success, with lines stretching out the door during dinner service. In 1997, the owners were forced to change the name of the restaurant to Z-Teca Mexican Grill due to a lawsuit filed by a Boston restaurant using the Zuma name as well. Various other lawsuits followed still concerning their name change, and so finally, they came up with Qdoba in 1999 to remedy their on-going lawsuits.

Why Choose Qdoba for Your Catering Needs

Qdoba is not your usual catering service. They offer a great selection of Mexican-themed snack bars like their Hot Naked Burrito bar, their Hot Taco and Nacho bars, as well as their boxed lunches. Each snack bar can feed a minimum of 20 persons, inclusive of seasoned rice, beans, grilled chicken and steak, as well as other add-ons. With Qdoba catering prices being extremely reasonable, availing their catering service becomes an even better treat as you get rewards whenever you order for a big group.

Last Updated: July 2, 2017 11:52 am

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