Taqueria Canalla In San Pedro Would Gel Well In Kitsilano Or West Van

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(via) Even though Vancouver evidently has tacos pretty well sorted at the moment, we still can’t help but covet this tightly wrought operation in San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico. It reminds us of a three-way cross between Pizzeria Farina, Meat & Bread, and La Taqueria — a really thoughtfully executed top-to-bottom concept with every facet of it dreamed up and dialled by design firm Manifiesto Futura (everything from the branding on the retail salsa bottles and the blond wood furniture to the stark exterior and the simple lighting). We’d take a reasonable facsimile of Taqueria Canalla somewhere close to the beach in Kitsilano or on the Dundarave strip in West VanCanalla-Taqueria-fast-food-restaurant-Manifiesto-Futura-San-Pedro-05

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