Rebozos has expanded with a new location on College Street, just east of Bathurst. Previously, Rebozos was a bit of a trek for downtowners who wanted a taste of its highly-regarded tacos (Toronto Life recently deemed Rebozos’ beef tongue taco as one of the best in the city).">

Rebozos brings its tacos downtown


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Toronto’s taco craze is showing no signs of letting up: popular Mexican restaurant Rebozos has expanded with a new location on College Street, just east of Bathurst. Previously, Rebozos was a bit of a trek for downtowners who wanted a taste of its highly-regarded tacos (Toronto Life recently deemed Rebozos’ beef tongue taco as one of the best in the city).

The new location officially opened today, featuring the same menu as the original Rogers Road location for now; keep an eye out for shrimp tacos and fish tacos in the next few weeks.

Rebozos, 424 College Street, 416-356-1840

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