Kadooks, the home of maduros (fried plantains) that are so good that we named them one of the 100 Essential Tucson Dishes, and Seis Curbside Kitchen, producer of award-winning gourmet tacos, are currently hanging out down the street from Weekly World Central on Hemisphere Loop, north of Valencia Road and near Palo Verde Road.
“The Crepe Bar” – Fresh made crepes prepared with fresh vegetables and local meats. One of a kind pastries and deserts that are paired with the perfect espresso drinks and teas.
Tucson chef Jamie Castro sold her Jamie’s Bitchen Kitchen food truck to a “happy young man.”
The coalition’s main goal is to bring food vendors, local businesses and the community together and to shed light on how street food can help cities and local businesses.
Brian and Margita Webb have been espousing the virtues of Filipino street food via their food truck Hey Joe! since it hit the streets in 2011. Now it’s time for their close-up.
This was the first time food Continental Ranch residents saw the trucks parked in the neighborhood. They normally set up in the parking lot of the now-closed Tower Theaters off Interstate 10 and Cortaro Road.
A dozen gourmet food trucks were located throughout the community’s new home neighborhoods earlier this month.
Food trucks are big business these days. And Friday, a new one rolled into town. But make no bones about it, this truck is for dogs only!
The season for food trucks is going to come to an end pretty soon here. Sad, but true. So before the sun drives us all inside for several months, why not indulge not only in some great outdoor dining from street-food vendors, but also in a day-long celebration of music.
Tucson’s food trucks will be setting up shop throughout the weekend starting tonight. Here’s where you can catch them.