What Time Does Wendy’s Stop Serving Breakfast?

Set your alarms!

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There are few things worse than pulling up to a fast food drive-thru window with your heart set on breakfast, only to be confronted with a menu full of burgers and fries. Craving a Wendy’s breakfast sandwich, burrito, biscuit, or croissant? Here’s what you need to know about the Wendy’s breakfast menu—and what time the chain switches over to lunch each day:

Does Wendy's Serve Breakfast All Day?

While Wendy’s might be most famous for its burgers and chili, its menu doesn’t start at lunchtime. The iconic chain actually boasts some pretty impressive breakfast options, from croissant sandwiches to buttermilk biscuits. They even offer a Frosty-flavored cold brew! However, breakfast isn't served all day.

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What Time Does Wendy’s Stop Serving Breakfast?

Most Wendy’s restaurants stop serving breakfast at 10:30 a.m. However, it does vary by location, so you should definitely call your local Wendy’s to verify its hours of operation. They typically start serving breakfast at 6:30 a.m., though, so you’ve got a good four hours to get your breakfast fix each day. 

Wendy’s Breakfast History

Wendy’s debuted breakfast options in 1985, but its first foray into morning dining was short-lived. The chain pulled the menu just nine months later. There were a few more attempts to implement permanent breakfast items, but none stuck until a nationwide re-launch in March 2020. The menu has obviously proven successful, as it has only grown since its introduction more than four years ago—new offerings are popping up all the time, like the brand new breakfast burrito.



Does Wendy’s Deliver Breakfast?

Yes! Wendy’s partners with four delivery apps: Doordash, Uber Eats, Grubhub, and Postmates. You can order straight from the Wendy’s app or any of the company’s third-party partners. Delivery services typically start at 8 a.m. local time.

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