Tacubaya Is Moving

The new space is right near the original one, but twice as large.


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Berkeley's Tacubaya restaurant will celebrate its fifteenth birthday this July by moving two doors down the street from its current Fourth Street location to a new one twice its size.

Measuring 2,285 square feet, the new space — which formerly housed Pompette — will feature Mexican tile, tanned-leather banquettes, hot pink and orange details, an eighteen-foot ceilings, a tequila- and mezcal-forward full bar, a designated outdoor cocktail seating area, and additional seating for thirty in the mezzanine, which will also be used for private functions. 

Five-foot-wide, 160-pound hand-wrought iron chandeliers will be brought over from the original space. 

The menu will include a few new botanas such as taquitos and sopes. Counter service will continue, but the restaurant's new incarnation will also offer catering and full dinners-to-go — including aciote-marinated rotisserie chickens.

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