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icy igloo view

BOOK YOUR IGLOO NOW!

 
Call 250 939 8807
 
For a unique outside dining experience you can now reserve your very own igloo.
 
Enjoy a relaxed cozy atmosphere while you view the beautiful mountain peaks & the glistening snow falling around you.
 
Book your heated dome early & catch the sunset or come later for a night under the stars.

BOOK YOUR IGLOO NOW!

 
For a unique outside dining experience you can now reserve your very own igloo.
 
Enjoy a relaxed cozy atmosphere while you view the beautiful mountain peaks & the glistening snow falling around you.
 
Book your heated dome early & catch the sunset or come later for a night under the stars.

EAT MORE TACOS – PLANT MORE TREES!

 

We are proud to announce that we have partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects.

With every take out order you make, a small take out fee of 50 cents will be included for our zero waste compostable containers. This will be responsible for planting trees & providing jobs to highly poverty stricken & undeveloped areas in the world.

Eden Reforestation Projects is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide employment to impoverished villagers as agents of global forest restoration. They hire local villagers to grow, plant, & guard to maturity native species forest on a massive scale.

When you order take out with us YOU are making a difference! Get more involved with Edan Tree Reforestation at: edenprojects.org

EAT MORE TACOS – PLANT MORE TREES!

 

We are proud to announce that we have partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects.

With every take out order you make, a small take out fee of 50 cents will be included for our zero waste compostable containers. This will be responsible for planting trees & providing jobs to highly poverty stricken & undeveloped areas in the world.

Eden Reforestation Projects is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide employment to impoverished villagers as agents of global forest restoration. They hire local villagers to grow, plant, & guard to maturity native species forest on a massive scale.

When you order take out with us YOU are making a difference! Get more involved with Edan Tree Reforestation at: edenprojects.org

take out restaurant in golden partnering with edenprojects
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Trees planted so far!

THE TACO DUO


For years, we both wanted something of our own. Golden is a town filled with epic adventure & after being here for so long, we grew an appetite to bring something more. That’s when the light bulb came on – TACOS!  

We had never moved onto anything so fast! We merged our lifetime of culinary experience into a place we could share with our friends & family.

Our approach has always been to bring a fresh, unique & exciting atmosphere to the family of restaurants we have here in Golden. We both have loved living by the ocean & are inspired by the lifestyle that comes along with it. The goal is to create a community vibe & to promote healthy eating & sustainability. 

reposados owners of golden bc restaurant
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Lets Taco ‘bout Food

 

The Reposados way is to use only the freshest produce to create simple, healthy & delicious fusions inspired by the flavours of Mexico. Using authentic spices, the colours are bright & the aromas are vibrant. We pride ourselves by the fact that everything is handmade fresh everyday, from grilling juicy street style meats to making our own corn tortillas from scratch.

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Tacos eaten so far!

DAY OF THE DEAD & THE SUGAR SKULL

 

Every year on November 1st and 2nd, Mexico honours the departed. These two days are a celebration; a time devoted entirely to the loved ones who have left this world. Food is a central part in this celebration (of course!) but Mexicans also prepare for these two days by decorating burial sites with altars. On these alters, they present the skull that you’re seeing above (and that you’ll see all around this restaurant).

Known as Sugar Skulls, these bright and colourful pieces of art are in contrast to the darkness that typically surrounds death. They are a commemoration of the lives that lived and it is believed that the departed return home to enjoy the offering.

It’s a symbol of all that we have, and to what matters to us most – love.

sugar skull

DAY OF THE DEAD & THE SUGAR SKULL

 

Every year on November 1st and 2nd, Mexico honours the departed. These two days are a celebration; a time devoted entirely to the loved ones who have left this world. Food is a central part in this celebration (of course!) but Mexicans also prepare for these two days by decorating burial sites with altars. On these alters, they present the skull that you’re seeing above (and that you’ll see all around this restaurant).

Known as Sugar Skulls, these bright and colourful pieces of art are in contrast to the darkness that typically surrounds death. They are a commemoration of the lives that lived and it is believed that the departed return home to enjoy the offering.

It’s a symbol of all that we have, and to what matters to us most – love.

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