Tacombi taco restaurant in New York City (Fonda Nolita) and Montauk (La Brisa) have launched a T-shirt line that’s as good as the food.
The restaurant became well known for it’s authentic and creative tacos and Mexican cuisine in Manhattan before finally making its way out east and opening at 752 Montauk Highway in the heart of downtown Montauk right before the summer.
Called Tropi-Tees, the new t-shirt line is “a statement of international beach adventure,” the restaurant says, adding, “The Tropi-Tee dream was to share memories of sunny days and breezy nights. They create leisure from a loom and offer cool, casual living wherever you go.”
The 100 percent cotton shirts reflect Tacombi’s unique style, as seen on their website and Facebook page, as well as various logos and swag. Along with their “Tacombi” logo in Sky and Sunrise colorways, the restaurant has also produced a green (banana leaf) “Toma Lupita” design based on what appears to be a Mexican fruit and herb drink.
What restaurant T-shirts do you (or would you) wear?