Tucson: Food truck invasion – Dinnerware Galleryby Karyn Zoldan on Dec. 05, 2011, under Arts, Food Festivals
What happens when Food Trucks invade downtown Tucson? Tonight of all nights…it’s cold outside. Better have some hot chocolate!
Eat their food – indoor/outdoor event
Monday, December 5 – Tucson Food Truck Roundup – 5 to 8 pm
Food Truck Invasion! from 6 to 9 pm – on Facebook
Theme for the evening: Food and 1950s Sci Fi
Join the early evening, Monday, dinner party for the whole family. It’s also yappy hour!
On the warehouse walls, enjoy 1950s sci fi movie trailers and “intermission” clips from 1960s drive-in theaters. Beer and wine by donation.
Dinnerware Artspace gets a percentage of all food sales.
Explore new worlds of culinary flavor. You might want curry. She might want kimchi. The kids might want a burger.
Sit inside, cafeteria style, with 1950s Sci Fi movie trailers on the screen.
Vegetarian and vegan options are also available.
Gabriela Galup of Maki Maki Puppet Theater will entertain the kids with her puppet shows. Crayons and paper provided for kids’ table.
Food Truck Invasion is sponsored by Julie Ray Creative.
Participating trucks so far:
Vero Amore Pizza Truck: wood fired pizzas
Jamie’s Bitchen Kitchen:
Caribbean Jerk Chicken, spicy chicken served with island rice and grilled pineapple.
MaFooCo: (Mexican-Asian Food Company)
Korean tacos and kimchi quesadillas…where kimchi meets Pancho Villa!
Kbork Tacos y Gorditas
Planet of the Crepes
Savory and sweet crepes
Patty Wagon (such a clever name)
Bubba-Que smoked BBQ with tangy sauces
Chicken pecan green chile burritos, garlic-lime pulled pork sandwiches, (food sounds awesome) burgers, veggie burgers, spinach-feta tarts
Candied apples, banana split pie, peanut butter brownie cups, and more
Pin Up Pastries
Whoopie pies, cupcakes, cake pops and pastries
Trucking Good Cupcakes
Handmade ice pops
Tarot Readings by Merrie Wolfie:
And, de Vie on vocals and piano.
Artwork by Patrick McArdle, ToReenee Wolf, and University of Arizona art students and graduates.