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Tacombi was born on the Yucatan Peninsulain 2005. It mushroomed out of a VW Kombi, which has become an icon of this taco-slinging success story that migrated to four New York locations: Nolita, the... Read More
Tacombi was born on the Yucatan Peninsulain 2005. It mushroomed out of a VW Kombi, which has become an icon of this taco-slinging success story that migrated to four New York locations: Nolita, the flagship, Cafe El Presidente in Flatiron, Bleecker St. and Montauk, Long Island so you're never far from a fresh and invigorating made-to-order jugo or coffee from Chiapas, sustainably sourced seafood, heirloom beans from Mexican farms, salsas made from fresh veggies, chiles and the foundation of all Mexican cuisine: the simple tortilla. All sites brim with warmth and great energy: at Cafe El Presidente you feel as if you are at the beach, maybe even the Yucatan; at Nolita as if you were at a party with friends. Tacombi's proprietary brands of corn and flour tortillas, salsas, coffee are on sale so you can take a taste of Mexico with you.
- Mexican: "Reservations necessary for parties of six or more; for parties of 10 or more, take a look at the pre-fixe menu featuring the best entradas, tacos y cocteles."
- Best for Mexican Because: Tacombi's recipes are rife with tradition, great flavor and a philosophy that reflects Mexico's rich culinary culture and keep it sustainable.