From Food Truck to Local Favorite
Taco Reho started out as a small food truck serving up delicious tacos and burritos in Sussex County, Delaware. But their popularity grew so quickly that they decided to open a brick-and-mortar to expand their good vibes and taco elation in Rehoboth Beach!
Billy’s Journey to Creating Taco Reho
Billy accepted an offer to work for Thomas Keller at Bouchon in Las Vegas after spending a few summers at Nage Restaurant in Delaware working under Kevin Reading. He discovered what ‘the path to perfection was all about there.
His quest for culinary education drove him to San Francisco, where the vast food culture of the Bay Area opened his mind to an elevated state of culinary prowess. There, he discovered the fascinating field of rock and roll catering and made contact with Chris Mitchell, owner of Latitude 45 Catering. Billy combined his passion for cooking and his other great interest; music. The rest of history began when he joined the tour.
He cooked for countless bands and crews over the course of six years before relocating to Los Angeles. Lady Gaga, The Eagles, Nine Inch Nails, Jay-Z, Black Sabbath, Tool, Blink-182, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, Michael Buble, Prince, and Jane’s Addiction are just a few of the celebrities that have enjoyed Chef Billy’s cuisine.
Billy was eager to build up his own establishment after his vast travels. While still entrenched in the LA food scene and missing his East Coast roots and home, a business concept started to germinate in his head. So Cal Street Food was created by him to introduce West Coast flavors to the community where he was raised because he saw a chance to start something fresh and interesting in his beloved Delaware Beaches. Taco Reho was born!
From Black Betty to Brick and Mortar
Black Betty, Taco Reho’s well-renowned food truck, became a fixture of Rehoboth Beach in just a few short years. Many people found themselves in love with the idea of being up close and personal with the chefs themselves as they made their tortillas fresh from ground corn on the outdoor grill. Many fans wanted to bring the taste of the Black Betty experience to a brick-and-mortar restaurant. And so they did!
In the summer of 2021, Taco Reho opened up at its new location on Coastal Highway in Rehoboth Beach, DE. Fans of the food truck were excited to have their favorite tacos in one location where they could enjoy their taco creations in a comfortable atmosphere where they would be surrounded by good friends and great food. The newly opened restaurant became a welcomed addition to the Rehoboth Beach restaurant scene.
Where Taco Reho Excels At their new restaurant customers can watch the cooks make the tortillas fresh from scratch and can even see the process of the tortillas being made by hand. The atmosphere is laid back and fun and the interior is rock & roll themed to keep the mood festive and lively. You can order all your favorites ranging from their delicious Pork Carnitas Taco to their delectable Baja Fish Burritos. If this isn’t to your liking, you can try their renowned Danger Dog. This hot dog is bacon-wrapped, with black beans, shredded cheese, avocado, yellow mustard, chipotle mayo, queso fresco, pickled red onion, pico, and cilantro, which combine for a wonderful taste.
Learn more at: https://www.tacoreho.com/