Naugles Fans and Del Taco Fans

Naugles Fans and Del Taco Fans

Naugles Fans and Del Taco Fans Unite!

Naugle Fans

Naugles Fans PartyFirst of all, Naugles Fans, we know you are out there! Please send in photos from the old days, if you have them. We would love to see, share and post them. If for any reason you do not want to post it or have it public, please feel free to email me your story, memory or pictures.

#nauglesfan #deltacofan #naugles #drivethru #fastfood

There are stories and memories of the “Good Ol Days” to share. You are not alone. There are thousands of Naugles fans, ex-employees, family members of ex-employees, and tons of old customers, who can add input and we welcome it.

Also, if you are Del Taco Fans who remember Naugles, please feel free to comment. There is plenty of space in this blog for you and your opinions. We welcome any positive, or negative stories or memorable moment.

If you are not a fan and want to comment, go ahead and make our day! If you are not old enough to remember, well you can comment too. Especially relevant is memories shared from people who are not with us anymore. Hence, all comers are welcome.

Question a Real Naugle

Pepper Bill Naugle with questions!

If he does not answer, someone else will be able to answer.

Listed below are all the old locations up to 1986, but there is a section at the very bottom for other breakaway concepts.

Naugles Fans Stories and Pictures

Rather than talk about fans, here is just one photo to tickle your fancy. Now is the time to dig through some of those old photo files and start posting.

Naugles Fans AshtrayNaugles Fans Uniform Badge

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO POST ANY PICTURES OR PHOTOS WITH YOUR STORY FOR EXTRA CREDIT!!! Even if the photos are of old memorabilia, like an ashtray or hat. It’s time to break out the legacy box and POST!

Naugles Fans Basketball SponsorIf it is a personal photo, please leave first name and last name initial as a matter of reference. If you want to post anonymously, that is fine, but it may not make the cut.

Yes, Naugles sponsored competitive league basketball and softball teams. We have not seen anyone post this information previously.

Most noteworthy is the fact that Bill Naugle has a treasure trove of photos. So you will want to check back from time to time. Since all photos are personal, there are no references made.

Naugles Fans Memories

There are many memories for these different locations. Overtime, it will be nice to have old customers and employees get in contact.

Share Them Here and Now!

Below the states are the actual store locations for reference. Please enter your story in the appropriate state. Adding the Store Locator ID will make it easier to connect with Naugles Fans in the future.



CALIFORNIA (This section in Alphabetical Order)

42 Panorama City, 13701 Roscoe Blvd.
82 Alhambra, 1410 S. Atlantic Blvd.
233 Apple Valley, 13730 Navajo
105 Artesia, 11879 Artesia Blvd.
257 Barstow, 1640 E. Main St.
20 Barstow, 630 W. Main
240 Bellflower, 14301 Clark St.
6 Colton, 190 W. Valley
329 Corona, 165 Washburn Circle
18 Corona, 2260 W. Frontage Rd.
353 Costa Mesa, 2956 Bristol
83 Covina, 1039 W. San Bernardino Rd.
175 El Cajon, 1275 Broadway
**10 El Centro, 1540 Ocotillo Dr.
136 El Toro, 22859 Centre Dr.
199 Escondido, 1270 W. Valley Parkway
44 Fountain Valley, 17295 Brookhurst
4 Fullerton, 821 No. Placentia Ave.
242 Garden Grove, 8971 Garden Grove Blvd.
241 Gardena, 18604 Western
427 Glendale, 6550 San Fernando
140 Hemet, 41871 Florida Ave.
325 Hemet, 2901 W. Florida Ave.
152 Hesperia, 17292 Main St.
243 Hollywood, 6768 Santa Monica Blvd.
21 Huntington Beach, 21401 Brookhurst Ave.
26 Huntington Beach, 7302 Center
3 Indio, 8_2-742 Highway 111
46 La Mirada, 15738 Imperial Hwy.
**38 Long Beach, 4790 Los Coyotes Diagonal
93 Lake Elsinore, 31904 Mission Trail
7 Lancaster, 1138 W. “!”
75 Mira Mesa, 10661 Camino Ruiz
415 Mission Viejo, 26241 Avery Pkwy
117 National City, 1401 Plaza Blvd.
400 Northridge, 8941 Corbin
197 Ontario, 1909 E. 4th Street
220 Ontario, 2304 So. Mountain
401 Orange, 2043 W. Chapman Ave.
259 Palmdale, 1824 E. Palmdale Blvd.
271 Pedley, 8816 Limonite
269 Perris, 498 E. Fourth St.
270 Redlands, 602 Redlands Blvd.
168 Reseda, 19644 Vanowen St.
299 Rialto, 1169 North Riverside Dr.
1 Riverside, 4407 Brockton Ave.
145 Riverside, 10494 Magnolia Blvd.
264 Riverside, 1450-P University Ave.
212 Riverside, 18990 Van Buren St.
142 Rosemead, 8779 Valley Blvd.
205 Santa Ana, 2502 Harbor Blvd.
78 Santa Ana, 2121 N. Tustin Ave.
423 Santa Ana, 2130 S. Bristol
113 Santa Fe Springs, 10320 Painter
97 San Bernardino, 2855 Del Rosa
333 San Bernardino, 24898 Redland Blvd.
408 San Bernardino, 205 W. Baseline St.
340 San Diego, 1155 Eleventh St.
221 Stanton, 7500 Cerritos
67 Sunnymead, 12451 Heacock
438 Vallejo, 3201 Sonoma Blvd.
5 Victorville, 14375 Seventh St.
69 Walnut, 20965 Colima Blvd.
320 Yucaipa, 33299 Yucaipa St.
68 Yucca Valley, 56748 Twenty- Nine Palms




182 Belleville, 1140 Illinois Ave.
357 Villa Park, 850 No. Addison Rd.
377 N. Aurora, 414 S. Lincoln Way, Rt. 31
386 Hanover Park, 1380 W. Irving Park Rd.
388 Chicago, 2355 W. Addison St.
393 Orland Park, 14345 La Grange Road
402 North Chicago, 2320 Green Bay Rd.
403 Midlothian, 14747 S. Cicero
404 Waukegan, 3210 Belvidere Rd.
416 Elmhurst, 872 York Rd.
429 Palatine, 1352 N. Rand
430 Hazelcrest, 17622 Kedzie
431 Chicago Heights, 124 N. Halsted Ave.
443 Joliet, 2600 W. Jefferson


355 Overland Park, 8905 Santa Fe St.


349 Eureka, #76 Hilltop Village Center
183 Fenton, 511 Main St.
354 Gladstone, 7609 No. Oak St.
194 Maplewood, 3001 Big Bend
383 O’Fallon, 502 Main St.
307 Overland, 10250 Page Ave.
407 St. Louis, 6456 Chippewa St.
91 St. Louis, 1033 McCausland Ave.


153 Las Vegas, 3244 E. Desert Inn Rd.
260 Las Vegas, 280 No. Jones
324 Las Vegas, 5915 W: Sahara Ave.
352 Las Vegas, 3102 No. Las Vegas Blvd
375 Las Vegas, 1414 No. Eastern
394 Las Vegas, 4650 S. Maryland Pkwy.
432 Reno, 1925 Silverado
433 Reno, 500 East Plumb Lane
445 Carson City, 1810 Hwy. 50 East




110 Roy, 4436 S. 1900 W.
157 Logan, 1400 N. Main St.
158 Ogden, 1160 Wall Ave.
169 Granger, 3554 S. 4000 W.
188 Salt Lake City, 3010 S. Highland
214 Orem, 1599 N. State St.
218 Provo, 1230 State St.
231 American Fork, 730 E. State St.
275 West Jordan, 7800 S. & 1735 West
297 Spanish Fork, 1010 N. Main St.
365 Sandy, 1300 East/8600 South


TK’s Riverside, CA

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Bill Naugle
Bill Naugle began his life washing dishes, sweeping floors, and picking up trash in parking lots. Having worked his way through various levels of management, he migrated from restaurant, to finance, to outside sales of construction products, including becoming an ADA specialist, to finally a successful seller of new homes in the Austin, Texas area.


  1. Bob Alvis August 25, 2018 at 10:27 pm - Reply

    Naugles 72 to 75 cook to manager to opening crew . I knew all the major players and worked at many of the stores, Home base was Lancaster, last Naugles was 42 in Panorama city and many more in between … Worked around all the original folks and even the ones Dick brought over from the early days of DT.

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      Naugle August 26, 2018 at 11:21 am - Reply

      Hi Bob:

      It took me a long time to finally put all the information together on Naugles and my grandfather Dick Naugle. My Gramps loved Lillian at Lancaster like a sister. I do not know if you got to take a look at the video, but Lillian was in the demo video. When I was 16 and 17, I did the exterior and dining room maintenance in Lancaster during the night and graveyard shifts. There is so much history and I just did not want it to get lost.

      I was on the opening crew for Dallas– it definitely got a little crazy at times.

      Thanks for taking the time to respond and feel free to share any other experiences.


  2. Rose Marotta October 6, 2018 at 3:23 pm - Reply

    My mom worked at #1 Riverside, she was there for many years from the beginning as food prep, her name was Catherine Marotta . She really enjoyed her time being employed there. Sincerely Rose Marotta

    • Sam Glass October 23, 2018 at 2:43 am - Reply

      Rose, I worked @ the #1 Riverside Del Taco through my Senior year of High School (1969) after working a couple of years at the Original Corona Drive Thru. One night, when getting off work after a typically busy evening keeping the Drive Thru / Walk Up moving in Del Taco fashion, I had a sudden sad surprise…The Riverside Chevys Car Club had stolen my 1956 Chevy Nomad station wagon from the back of the parking lot. They took it up in the hills and stripped it of parts and destroyed it with tire irons. It was a catastrophic situation. I had to hitchhike to and from work (Glen Avon) every evening. There was an extremely nice woman that worked with me, who, after a few months of late night hitchhiking offered to sell me her car at a very affordable price. It was a 1964 Plymouth Fury with a 383 ci. eng. and a 4 speed on the floor stick shift…it was bronze in color. I often think of her and how happy she made me by helping me out of the late night hitchhiking situation. Wondering if the NICE LADY was your Mother?? Unfortunately, I can’t remember her name. It was one of those unselfish acts of kindness that is always appreciated and remembered throughout one’s life…..such a long time ago…would be something, if indeed, it was your Mom. If so, she is often remembered for her thoughtfullness…..Sam Glass….

    • Rose Marotta October 24, 2018 at 7:57 pm - Reply

      Hi Sam, I rember we had a ford fury, I just don’t rember what happen to it? It’s sounds like my something my mom would do, she always always was helping someone😀. Her name was Cathrine Marotta, she worked many years at Naugles 1#, she passed away in Nov 1999, she always had fond memories of the people she worked with. Thankyou for shareing . Rose Marotta

  3. Maggie Underwood October 15, 2018 at 6:40 pm - Reply

    Looks like the Temecula, CA location is missing – 27445 Jefferson Ave

  4. John Fury October 23, 2018 at 7:24 am - Reply

    I used to stop in the Villa Park IL store after videotaping weddings in the 90’s. I was starving after all that running around all day! The major sized burrito hit the spot. What are the ingredients!??

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