DETROIT, MI – Will the future of food in Detroit arrive on four wheels?
While it’s too early to tell whether the mobile dining trend that’s revolutionized the way Angelinos and Austin residents eat will catch hold in Detroit, the owners of the El Guapo taco truck are taking a gamble on motor-based cuisine in the Motor City.
Today, Anthony Curis and Doug Runyon, who opened the city’s first legal food truck in July after more than 60 trips to City Hall, are debuting a new menu from their regular daytime location on Wayne State’s Midtown campus.
The delectable menu offerings have expanded beyond the traditional burrito and taco fillings of chicken, chorizo and beef to feature more refined tastes — pork belly confit, spicy shrimp, deep-fried tofu and short ribs.
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