Murals, string lights and good vibes; transport yourselves to the cozy back alleys of colorful Mexico at Tacombi Bleecker. Inspired by the original taquerias, Tacombi Bleecker is affordable, fun and delicious. In the mood for some quality Mexican food in New York City? Look no further, Tacombi Bleecker rarely disappoints.
Tacombi started out in Mexico, in 2005, as a street food vendor, selling loads of tacos on the popular beaches of Playa del Carmen. Since then, Tacombi has come a long way. They moved up to New York and now own six restaurants throughout the city. In this article, we highlight our favorite due to its bright interior and flavourful cuisine; Tacombi on Bleecker Street.
Tostadas, tacos, campechanos, and quesadillas; whatever Mexican street food you could possibly crave from a taqueria, Tacombi Bleecker got it. Don’t forget to order the avocado tostada. A little spicy, but one of the best items on the menu. Picky eater or already want to start looking for your favorite dish? Here is the full menu to take a peek at.
Costs of dinner at Tacombi Bleecker
As the amount of tacos people consume largely varies, we decided to give out the average costs of individual items on the menu instead of a dinner total.
Entradas: $3.95 |€3.50 (Tuna tostada is an exception at $8.95)
Tacos: $3.95 | €3.50
Campechanos: $6.95 | €6.15
Quesadillas: $6.95 | €6.15
We told you it was affordable.
Sunday-Wednesday: 11am – 11pm
Open every day throughout the year except Christmas day
Due to its success, the Tacombi family has extended and they now own a total of six restaurants throughout the city. Yet as mentioned, the one on Bleecker Street, in generally popular Greenwich village, remains our favorite and can be found here:
All prices as of 17 February 2019, in US dollars & Euro, converted on xe.com. If prices divert at the moment of visiting, this depends on the currency exchange.