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.
Tucson chef Jamie Castro sold her Jamie’s Bitchen Kitchen food truck to a “happy young man.”
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.
Tucson’s food trucks will be setting up shop throughout the weekend starting tonight. Here’s where you can catch them.
Spring is in the air and so is the sweet heavenly smells of barbecue coming from Smokin’ Hot BBQ and Stolen Recipe BBQ, two of 16 food trucks expected to be rounding up at Marana’s Tower Theatres.
Luquez has turned the historic vehicle into You Sly Dog, one of Tucson’s newest food trucks.
First Street, there will be an overabundance of great eats. Get ready for Oscar Night by picking up your food at the park prior to the TV festivities.
The food truck scene here in Tucson rivals those of much bigger cities, and is hardly limited to the common (albeit delicious) border fare you see scattered about every street corner.
Chubby’s original chili, with spicy Hatch Valley red chile powder, pork, green chiles and cheese — lots of cheese.
A dozen Tucson food trucks will round up at Brookline College from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, just in time for lunch.