Snap Taco is a festive taco spot bringing quick and tasty eats and drinks to the people. We're inspired by flavors found on planet earth, turning fresh, local and sustainable ingredients into new school tacos. Oh Snap! Great for a quick bite, a gathering with friends or the whole family. Eat tacos, be happy.
We're making tacos, but we're pulling together flavors from all over the world. We've got a full bar with clever cocktails and other inventive beverages for all ages. We aim to be fast, but we are not fast food. We're focused on making the experience fun and welcoming for everyone.
If you love tacos like we do, we want you to join Team Snap.
Energetic Work Environment
Discounts at Select Local Businesses
Constant Opportunities for Advancement
Company Outings and Gatherings
Available to work during upcoming holidays including Memorial Day Weekend.
Available to work until closing time (11:30PM)
Apply online or email us your resume and availability.
At Snap Taco, we are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information (including characteristics and testing), military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Snap Taco believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success as a company, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.
The Glass Jar Inc is a farm to table restaurant group founded in 2009 by Kendra Baker and Zachary Davis and dedicated to the nexus between sustainable food and community. This concept was first introduced to Santa Cruz, California in 2010 through the Penny Ice Creamery. Making ice cream completely from scratch and using local, seasonal, and organic ingredients, the Penny was immediately embraced by the people of Santa Cruz. Codified in the business plan was the mission to have a "net regenerative impact on the community", and this began at the time of construction through the use of a local bank, the hiring of all local labor, and the following of LEED remodel standards. Once open, the sourcing from local farms and food artisans, the support of local philanthropic initiatives, and an active role in civic life furthered this mission.
In the summer of 2011 the Glass Jar added the Picnic Basket, an eatery located in the beach boardwalk area of Santa Cruz. The Picnic Basket dramatically expands on the local and seasonal sourcing philosophy of the Penny Ice Creamery, offering breakfast, lunch, light dinner, full coffee service, local beer and wine, as well as ice cream.
In late fall of 2011 the Glass Jar added a Penny ice cream kiosk on Pacific Avenue, the main shopping thoroughfare of Downtown Santa Cruz, and in winter of 2013 added a full service Penny ice cream shop in the Pleasure Point neighborhood near Capitola, California. Additionally the Penny Ice Creamery participates in three area famers' markets a week, and the Penny and the Picnic Basket cater both for-profit and not-for-profit events multiple times a week.
In March of 2014 the Glass Jar opened a new full service restaurant titled Assembly. Dedicated to the celebration of food and community, Assembly is a gathering place with a menu of rustic California cuisine. Assembly was listed at number 13 on the SFGate Inside Scoop list of 50 biggest restaurant openings in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area for the first half of 2014.