Tacofino to Reopen for Delivery and Takeout Just in Time for Cinco de Mayo


Born-in-BC Brand Debuts ‘Tacofino-To-Go’ Menu Including DIY Nacho, Cocktail, Family Kits Via Delivery, Curbside Pickup at Kitsilano Location to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Tacofino fans, rejoice — just in time for Cinco de Mayo, the beloved BC brand is returning to action after a brief hiatus and making its Baja-by-way-of-West-Coast fare available for delivery and takeout with new Tacofino-To-Go options beginning tomorrow, Tuesday, May 5.

Available for delivery via DoorDash and takeout with curbside pickup from its Kitsilano location (1909 West 4th Avenue) daily from noon to 8 p.m., the Tacofino-to-Go menu offers tacos, burritos, bowls and kids’ meal boxes. Options also include Tacofino’s famous nachos in a take-and-bake format with guacamole and green chorizo add-ons available in addition to DIY cocktail kits and beer and wine available with any food order.

Making their debut on the menu for Cinco de Mayo are Tacofino-To-Go Family Kits that include a starter of chips and salsa for the kitchen table and come with flour tortillas and limes for an assemble-your-own-tacos experience featuring either carnitas (grilled avocado, white onion, queso fresco, salsa habanero), $36; or roasted sweet potato (spicy grilled asparagus, pinto beans, vegan chipotle mayo, pickled onions, cilantro) $30. Two dollars from the sale of each kit will be donated directly to the Vancouver Food + Beverage Relief Fund to support hourly industry workers in need of short-term assistance due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Tacofino’s new Cocktail Kit options combine tequila, fresh-squeezed housemade juices, salt for rim and garnishes and include:

  • Classic Lime Margarita, 16 servings, $95;
  • Tommy’s Margarita, eight servings, $48;
  • Verditarita Margarita, eight servings for $50; 16 servings for $75;
  • Paloma, eight servings for $50; 16 servings for $75.

Thirsty Tacofino fans can also complement any food order by adding on single cans or six-packs of beer (Lucky LagerCerveza PacificoNegra Modelo) or Green Hill Cider as well as bottles of Alamos Malbec or Santa Rita Sauvignon Blanc.

“We’ve put in a lot of time in to ensure that the safety of our workers and guests remain the number one priority for us,” says Tacofino Co-Founder Jason Sussman. “We’re looking forward to bringing the Tacofino experience back and seeing all of you again real soon — at a distance.”

Takeout or delivery orders can be made through DoorDash and tacofino.com beginning May 5. For contactless pickup, pull into the parking lot behind Tacofino Kitsilano and call 604-620-8729 to have staff bring out orders.

For more on Tacofino, go to tacofino.com, become a fan of /TacofinoVAN on Facebook or follow @TacofinoVAN on Twitter and Instagram.

Media release and images provided by Jan-Christian Sorensen, SMC Communications Inc.

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