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Taco Azul: Traveling taco truck coming to Cincinnati this spring

A long-time tradition in Los Angeles, the taco truck has been a reliable source for late-night Mexican dining to the nightlife crowds for years. Now it’s time for that tradition to span the U.S. and begin right here in Cincinnati.

Gary Sims, owner of Taco Azul, says they are scheduled to open their (truck) doors this spring.

In addition to tacos, they will be serving up many traditional and often hard-to-find authentic Mexican meals. Burritos, sopes, quesadillas, and tortas are all on the menu, all served with a side of chips. The weekends will bring special items to the menu such as Fish Taco Fridays and Menudo. You can even buy Horchata (a sweet drink traditionally made with ground grains or nuts) from this travelling truck of goodness!

Gary also tells us that every menu item can be made “vegetarian style”, and they are working on getting a vegan menu available as well. They plan to use local fresh produce and promise great pricing on all their items. What’s not to love?

So if this taco stand is on wheels, how will you know where to find them? By following them on twitter, of course!  Once open, Taco Azul will be cruising around downtown Cincinnati and the surrounding areas until midnight every night of the week. Check them out now on facebook for pictures and a sneak peek at their full menu.  Be sure to bookmark and check back on their new website for updated information as they get ready to open their truck for business.

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