Food trucks thriving in neighborhoods
Last updated 4/29/2020 at 11:30am
On April 17, people gathered in the cul-de-sac on Pinfeather Drive to order lunch. Mira Sol, a food truck specializing in New Mexico-inspired dishes, was selling burritos and other items at reasonable prices. Between customers, the truck's three employees said things were going well; they had completed 15 orders so far. Since most of those orders came from families ordering two to three meals each, Mira Sol had served somewhere between 20 and 45 customers already.
"I think food trucks are faring pretty well, better than many of the brick-and-mortar places," employee Tony Apodaca observe...