Taco Hombre has been a success story ever since 2011 when it first opened in the Village of Warwick at 16 Main St.
Earlier this month, Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton, Mayor Michael Newhard and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined co-owner Chad Wieber for the restaurant’s official new location ribbon cutting at 93 Main St.
The new facility, located between Warwick Thai Restaurant and Craft Beer Cellar in what has become a restaurant plaza at the north end of the village, has almost double the space of its previous location. And there is also free parking.
Wieber and his partner, Bo Kennedy, have been longtime friends and lifelong residents of Warwick. During and after their college years they both spent time in the Western part of the United States and traveled to Mexico, mainly the Northern Baja region, where they discovered the delicious tastes of Mexican food.
The extensive menu at Taco Hombre, now displayed on surf boards above the counter, features tacos, burritos, quesadillas, salads and much more.
“We believe in always using the freshest ingredients,” said Wieber, “and our specialties include marinated skirt steak, marinated chicken, mahi-mahi, shrimp and slow cooked pork. Our tamales, made every week, are also on the menu as well as fresh Pico de Gallo and guacamole made all day every day.”
Taco Hombre offers eat-in with tables or take-out service. The restaurant also provides catering for special events.
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