You can see Coffey's personal influence on the menu in the truck's less-than-traditional items, such as the loaded potatoes: sliced fried potatoes with Gorgonzola sauce, pancetta, and green onions. The same can be said for the mac 'n' cheese, which comes topped with a mix of Gorgonzola, Parmesan, and jack cheese, as well as a rotating market protein.
A few years ago in Phoenix, trucks were the trendiest thing in food. It seemed like everyone was trying to start up a mobile eatery hawking anything from burgers to ramen. But owning and operating a food truck is harder than it looks, and many have since come and gone.
Paciora’s menu features a whirlwind tour of global dishes, from Jamaican jerk chicken to Thai red curry and Greek lemon chicken wrap. True to the truck's name, Spice It Up’s entrées often induce tears.
A group of food truck owners said they have a permit to park on the Capitol lawn for a few hours on Fridays for the lunch hour. One said they've been going for months. But Friday, they said they were told to leave.
At Frites Street, everything is scratch made. From the local produce (pickled vegetables) and fresh proteins (braised meats), down to every sauce served. Nothing is out of a jar and nothing is out of a can.
When a new spot opens in town, we can't wait to check it out — and let you know our initial impressions, share a few photos, and dish about some menu items. First Taste, as the name implies, is not a full-blown review, but instead a peek inside restaurants that have just opened, sampling a few items, and satisfying curiosities (yours and ours).
A lineup of five food trucks plus a another selling women's jewelry will set up at the southwest corner of Queen Creek and Dobson roads beginning at 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 17, in the Ocotillo area of Chandler.
Their dark-blue-and-orange food truck was parked for Phoenix Pride, a two-day weekend event celebrating the LGBTQ community at Steele Indian School Park on April 11-12.
A new food truck is giving the Valley a different understanding of fast-food french fries.