The Taco Bros. Food Truck is Back In Business!

After a few days of drama that halted operations, I’m happy to help spread the word that the Taco Bros. Food Truck is back in business. This is excellent news for my corn tortilla habit, but downright dangerous for my wallet.
I checked it out on a whim last Thursday and both the food and the atmosphere were excellent.

In the time it took for me to grab an order of chicken tacos, I was invited to an art exhibit, got into a passionate discussion about butter fried corn tortillas with one of the cooks and talked started talking to Blake and Ashley, the couple ahead of me in line. After 20 minutes of chatting with them about golf, fashion, art and advertising I walked away with a ton of story ideas — including this coming Sunday’s Street Style post! —  and the feeling that I’d had a lunchtime adventure, an experience that felt social and novel and worlds away from the one I would have had if I’d just heated up leftover pizza and ate at my desk.
So the next time you feel that urge to eat at your desk or to make the same old thing for dinner, just don’t. Have an adventure. If you don’t know what to order, just ask for the “I Trust You Bro Platter” for $7.50. Octavio will glance up from the grill, size you up and hand you what you’re meant to eat. It’s worth it.

The Taco Bros. Food Truck
In the Empire parking lot
424 N. Broadway in downtown Fargo
Friday, June 29  – 11am-3pm and 6pm-10pm
Saturday, June 30  – 6pm-10pm

The Empire is still a temporary spot, so click on the link above to find Taco Bros. on Facebook and keep up to date on their latest offers and locations. Or just glance at the side of the truck for a fun, low-tech update!
Taco Bros.

3 Replies to “The Taco Bros. Food Truck is Back In Business!”

  1. Love the blog. Huge Foodie here and I’m finding it harder and harder to find new and interesting foods here. About time a Food Truck got to the area.

    1. Hi Brian – thanks for reading! I’m planning another food truck feature soon, so keep reading. Regulations and city governments are making it a little tricky in the food truck world right now, but the demand is starting to change policy – finally. And if you have a favorite place to eat in town, I’d love to hear about it.

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