Those six years in LA, he cooked for hundreds of bands and crews including The Eagles, Nine Inch Nails, Black Sabbath, Prince, and Miley Cyrus. He used this time to gain culinary knowledge and break into the world of rock & roll catering. The idea of combining his passions for food and music was almost too good to be true, so he jumped at the opportunity to go on tour.
As explained on their website, Billy’s travels “made him hungry to open up his own spot.” He missed his home and memories on the East Coast and brainstormed business ideas while being completely immersed in the LA food scene. Wanting to create something new and exciting at the Delaware beaches, Billy decided to incorporate West Coast flavors with the scenery and memories he loves in the town he grew up in. Bringing his small, yet flavorful tacos and their handmade tortillas home to the beach through the Taco Reho food truck is incredibly special to him.
Even more special than that is the new brick and mortar spot they’re opening on Coastal Highway in Rehoboth. For more information on this project that should be complete in the next few months, check out Bob Yesbek’s feature in the Cape Gazette. Be sure to visit Taco Reho’s website and Facebook page for up-to-date posts and a complete menu.