nce you’ve tried them you just can’t stop coming back to get more. Their food is done so professionally,” Guerra added. “It’s not like going to a food truck. It’s like you’re going to sit down at a restaurant and having something that’s of quality. It’s very delicious
When you see a food truck selling kosher tacos on the border, you might ask, “Why kosher tacos?”
El Pasoans should be aware that Puerto Rican food isn’t spicy and tends to be on the salty side.
What was once an old parking lot across the street from the downtown Post Office, is now a gourmet hotspot named Foodville. The exact location: Mills and Stanton.
Opening day for a new Downtown food truck court was deemed a success by the food sellers.
Foodville has opened up shop in downtown El Paso, giving nearby visitors and nearby workers new place to spend their lunch hour.
This is one of the small things that make a big city. I think it will help keep people from leaving Downtown for lunch
A nearly $20,000 investment later, Coons’ brainchild, “The Magic Bus,” is up and running.
by Ed Morrissey | HotAir.com The Institute for Justice won a big victory for mobile vendors in El Paso by having a protectionist zoning restriction repealed after filing lawsuits challenging their constitutionality. Street vendors had to conduct business outside of a thousand-yard zone where any other restaurants operated, a scheme that the city admitted had […]
“Food trucks are a growing trend nationwide in the restaurant industry, too, and are being used as a way to bring in extra revenue.”