The food truck roundups often have a theme and tomorrow centers around the rare solar eclipse. Safety glasses are available for purchase. Enjoy
from press release by David Aguirre
5-8pm, Benjamin Plumbing Supply parking lot, 76 E. Sixth Street
Over 20 mobile kitchens with a variety of menu options including pizza, sushi, Cuban food, Chinese, Mexican gourmet, BBQ, and, ohh yes, desserts.
Amateur astronomer will be on hand with two telescopes for the public to have a close look at the annular solar eclipse which begins at 5:30pm, and ends when the sun dips below the horizon. The moon will move in front of the sun. Telescopes and astronomer provided by Stellar Vision. There will also be inexpensive, filtered, viewing glasses for sale. Frank Lopez will be there to answer astronomical questions.
More than 20 mobile kitchens in one place with a variety of menus from Sonoran snoballs to sushi.
Hellfire Pizza Co.
Ni Hao Amigos
Stolen Recipe BBQ
Jerid’s Corn Roasters
Isabella’s Ice Cream
Seis Curbside Gourmet Mexican
RobDogs (also has soy dogs available)
Jane’s Rolling Wok
Trucking Good Cupcakes
Espresso to the Rescue
Mexico City Kitchen
Smokin HOT BBQ
The Mobile Bistro
Sam’s Curly Fries
Jamie’s Bitchen Kitchen
Morgan’s Home Cookin’
RYUU Sushi Express
Hawaiian Shave Ice
Taqueria el Tiburyn
Calendar and other info is available here.
Tucson Food Truck Roundup supports Dinnerware Artspace, opening soon at 425 W. Sixth Street. Downtown Food Court open with Mexico City Kitchen M-F, 11am-2pm.
Watch Melo Dominguez do Live Action Painting.
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