Bread and Butter Concepts


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Our Butter Halves | Marco Albarran

Our Butter Halves | Marco Albarran

Marco Albarran is the chef pumping out the authentic street tacos at Taco Republic. He uses his hometown of Acapulco, Mexico as his main source of creativity and inspiration in the kitchen. His favorite dish to prepare? Mole. And no, that's not short for guacamole. Read on to learn more about Marco!

Weekend Recap: Our 5 Favorite Food Instagrams

Weekend Recap: Our 5 Favorite Food Instagrams

Starting today, we will we feature our favorite Instagrams from each of our concepts every week. Photos are from guests who have dined with us over the weekend. Warning: May cause hunger and other forms of cravings.

Breaking Down the Dish | Taco Republic’s Wood-Fired Chicken

Breaking Down the Dish | Taco Republic’s Wood-Fired Chicken

It’s a taco shop, taco joint, or taqueria… and a chicken place? Aside from its diverse selection of Mexican street-style tacos, Taco Republic is also serving up something unique to its taco shop name. Before we get to Taco Tuesday, Taco Republic like’s to host Wood-Fired Chicken Mondays.

Breaking Down the Drink | Mexico Mule

This Moscow Mule spin-off made with tequila, grapefruit juice, homemade strawberry rosemary shrub & ginger beer is sure to cool you down on the Taco Republic patio.

Our Butter Halves | Meet Alex Valadez

Our Butter Halves | Meet Alex Valadez

Alex has been with Bread & Butter Concepts for a little over 2 years now and is currently a server at Taco Republic. Aside from his fierce modeling skills and manning the Taco Republic Truck, Alex most enjoys the people he works with. Read on to learn more about Alex!

Breaking Down the Drink | Prickly Cucumber Margarita

This week we break down the Prickly Cucumber Margarita, one of several recent additions off of Taco Republic's drink menu. A Tajín rimmed glass and jalepeños gives this marg a bit of a spicy kick, while cucumber rounds, lime juice, tequila, triple sec, and a little agave simple balance out the heat.