Taco Bell Is Turning Their Headquarters Into A Truck Drive-Thru

It has been truly uplifting to see the scores of meal deals made available to  frontline and medical workers these days. Whether it be a free meal or unique discount, these essential individuals have enjoyed a variety of well deserved food perks recently.

Adding on to such perks, Taco Bell has decided to turn their headquarters in Irvine, California into an actual "Truck-Thru" to service essential truck drivers on the highway who are hauling crucial goods to serve local communities. Such a courtesy is much needed for them, being that their vehicles aren't built to fit in conventional drive-thrus and visits inside fast food dining rooms aren't possible given their closures.


WHAT: Taco Bell Headquarters will turn into an official “Truck-Thru at HQ” and the kitchen will be serving up a custom on-the-go meal featuring a Crunchwrap Supreme®, Bean Burrito, Cinnamon Twists, and a Baja Blast®, all completely FREE* for those on the frontlines of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

WHO: Large essential service vehicles that cannot fit in restaurant drive-thrus — including truckers, firefighters, EMTs, the police force, media news vans, etc.

WHEN: Friday, April 24 and Friday, May 1 from 11 AM - 2 PM PT


WHERE: 1 Glen Bell Way, Irvine, CA 92618

Enter through Glen Bell Way and follow signage

ASSETS: Folder HERE includes images and b-roll

MORE INFORMATION: Taco Bell is monitoring and following guidelines from health authorities regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to keep its customers and employees safe and healthy. For any further updates from Taco Bell Corp. as it relates to its U.S. COVID-19 response, please visit