The Culver City institution returns and they’re fully equipped with ServSafe certified drivers and currency sterilizers.
Starting from June 1, you can have heaven delivered straight to your doorstep. Tito’s Tacos is back after temporarily closing in March in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The legendary Mexican food that has been gracing taste buds for over 60 years now, will be introducing delivering through a local and private service called StreetSmart Messengers only. They have deliberately decided to avoid using other apps like DoorDash and Postmates that are known for charging high-percentage fees.
If you live in L.A. then you know all about Tito’s hardshell tacos, if you’re new, at some point their unbelievable guac, bean and cheese burritos or crispy tacos will make their way into a conversation—and eventually your weekly lunch menu.
If the risks involved with food deliveries have been playing on your mind, then you’ll be pleased to know that they’ve taken their health and safety very seriously. In fact, according to Eater, their new measures exceed both federal and local health and safety guidelines.
The protocols include tamper-free packaging for all deliveries and ensuring every driver holds a valid ServSafe food handler’s card. Additionally, plasma ion currency sterilizers will be introduced to sanitize the cash on hand as the establishment mainly deals in bills.
Loyal fans can visit www.TitosTacos.com to order online for either takeout or delivery. Delivery will cost $10 within a five-mile radius and an additional $2 per mile thereafter.