We’re a lifestyle brand, that serves good food.

‘Twas late 2006, Blake and Emma Read had arrived back from the West Coast of the US of A. Both with a deep knowledge and appreciation for Mexican cuisine and beach side culture. Distinguishing Sydney’s then lack of Mexican food and keen thirst for an ice cold frozen margarita, the Reads decided to combine the cuisine and the culture – resulting in the birth of Beach Burrito Co. Guided by an ethos built on quality, culture and community, the flagship Bondi Beach venue opened its doors for the very first time. Thus the ‘feeding culture’ mantra was born.

Since that epic ‘06 opening summer, through determination and an unwavering approach, the family run business has grown to 10 unique venues across Australia. From the pristine sands and curling right-handers of the Gold Coast, to the snowy mountains of Jindabyne, and all the way down to the tight-knit beach side community of Glenelg in South Australia. Every venue is designed and fit out different to the last, giving each space a unique personality, influenced heavily by its local environment. The look and feel of each venue captures the essence and nostalgia of grass roots art, music, surf, skate and snow communities. 

With quality at the forefront, the seasonal menu and carefully crafted beverage offering has earned Beach Burrito Co. a well respected reputation, as the only place to be for Mexican food lovers. Sourcing local and fresh ingredients, whilst still making our staples in-house, we strive to continually push the norms to give our people the best Californian style Mexican experience at an affordable price.

Beach Burrito Co. is continually rewriting the rules of the traditional restaurant playbook, sometimes throwing the book out completely. To give our customer the experience they deserve and stay ahead of the pack, each experience will be different from the last.

Clearing the furniture to watch a local band, discovering your new favourite artist at our monthly exhibitions or sipping on a Piña Colada while watching skaters rip on the mini ramp in Coogee – all of these part of our good-time-guarantee.

Proudly ‘feeding culture’ since 2006.