Street food coming to downtown Phoenix
Phoenix isn’t exactly on a roll — yet. But a mobile street food revolution is slowly taking shape here.
Stringent laws in Valley cities have made it hard for food cart culture to flourish locally, but a new group that calls itself the Phoenix Street Food Coalition is working to change that. Yesterday, the group announced its involvement with a new weekly event coming to the Phoenix Public Market, aMobile Food Court that will open for lunch every Friday starting October 1.
Once the Mobile Food Court starts up, you’ll be able to sample an excellent crepe from Truckin’ Good Food, bite into a gourmet hot dog from Short Leash Dogs, indulge in some creme brulee from Torched Goodness, and snack on homemade treats from other coalition members, including La Vida Locavore, Puro Sabor, FruFru Pops, Udder Delights, What’s Your Grind, and MF Tasty.
The Mobile Food Court will be open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Friday at 14 E. Pierce St., beginning Friday, October 1st.
Posted on August 28, 2010, in Dining, Downtown Vitality and tagged Food cart, food carts, Food Network, food trucks, mobile food court, phoenix street food coalition. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.