Tucson musician rolling out Asian-fusion food truck

2013-06-19T06:00:00Z 2013-12-09T18:47:55Z Tucson musician rolling out Asian-fusion food truckCathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star

Longtime Tucson acoustic musician Nancy Bright is jumping into the food truck industry.

On Thursday, Bright, half of the popular acoustic duo Bright and Chiders, will debut Lucky Girl Café and its signature Lucky Bun sandwiches.

The Lucky Bun merges Vietnam’s iconic bánh mì sandwich with America’s iconic burger, serving it in a torta roll and dressing up the burgers in Vietnamese spices and a specially made marinade.

The sandwiches are $7.50 with a side dish of either chips or house-made Asian slaw.

Find her at the Tucson Food Truck Roundup from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1825 N. Alvernon Way.

From 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday she'll be serving Lucky Bun sandwiches at McCormick Park, 2950 N. Columbus Blvd. Follow Lucky Girl on Facebook.

 Published: June 19, 2013

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