I have to confess—I wasn't really a Taco Bell person until about a year ago. Something serious clicked into place with my first Doritos Locos Taco, and now one of those tacos can fill a void in my heart no other food can. So I got to thinking...could I satisfy this chronic craving on Christmas Day if I wanted to? I took to the internet to find out.
The Taco Bell website has a handy dandy question and answer page where it goes through all of the holiday hours from the fourth of July, to Columbus day, to Christmas. Unfortunately, Taco Bell is closed on Christmas, but the chain is open on Christmas Eve, with more limited hours than usual.
I'll accept it though, since they are open on Easter, Veteran's Day, Mother's Day, and Father's Day. It looks like you won't be able to enjoy a Crunchwrap Supreme on Christmas, or feed your loving guests a rolled chicken taco party pack. But remember that Christmas is just 24 hours long and that Taco Bell will resume business as usual on December 26. No matter what, though, we encourage you to reach out to your local T-Bell and check their hours, as they may be affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
If you really feel the need to show off your love for Taco Bell on Christmas, even without their actual food, there's tons of Taco Bell branded holiday merch to choose from. You can wear a pajama set, decorate your front yard with a six-foot-tall hot sauce inflatable, or look longingly into a Taco Bell snow globe, just waiting for Christmas to be over so you can get your Taco Bell fix.