New spot for mobile eateries used to raise attention to business district.
As our desert town settles into triple digit temperatures, Tucsonan Ken Dungey has made venturing into the heat this summer a little bit sweeter.
A small army of out-of-town food trucks will serve Tucson residents this weekend as part of filming for the fifth season of the Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race.”
Joggers, bicyclists and other outdoors enthusiasts might soon have company when they’re on the Rillito River Park portion of The Loop.
Nearly a dozen porches in a midtown Tucson neighborhood will become stages for local musicians this afternoon.
Tucson-area high school juniors with an interest in neuroscience are encouraged to apply for the fourth annual Brain Academy at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
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Artisan beer. Emerging artists. Good music.The combo demands our attention.And one that the Tucson Museum of Art is bringing our way with Saturday’s Art on Tap event.dec. 7Here’s what you’ll find:More than 50 artists will exhibit works in the TMA courtyard. Sixteen local breweries will serve…
Travis Miller (TRAVIS MILLER) explains the menu to a customer at the Serial Grillers (SERIAL GRILLERS) food truck on Wednesday, June 12, 2013, at an old gas station at 7889 E. 22nd Street (7889 E. 22ND ST) where they're looking to become a more permanent fixture with other food trucks. A mis…
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USA Today article spotlights four Tucson food trucks.
William and Travis Miller are breaking the rules of food-truck dining.
Jennifer Chun picks up her lunch order from Ivor Cryderman of Chef's Kitchen and Catering, a food truck that was mentioned Sunday by USA Today.
Diners stop for a late-afternoon meal from the Serial Grillers and BurgerRito food trucks at a former gas station being revamped into a food-truck hub.
Travis Miller of Serial Grillers is renovating the former convenience-store portion of the gas station into an air-conditioned eating space.
Jeremy Geyer brings a Serial Grillers order to Cindy Zufelt and her daughter Celeste, 8. A mister system underneath a canopy keeps things cool.
Travis Miller explains Serial Grillers' menu, which offers customers some vegetarian options.
Chef Chris Cryderman, a 40-year veteran of upscale restaurants in his native Detroit and in Colorado, said diners have become more attuned to food allergies and issues in the past decade.
Jeremy Geyer, center, takes orders from Riyadh Paddio, left, and Tiras Hamilton at the Serial Grillers food truck. The food truck, which is open daily at 22nd Street and Pantano, is featured by Forbes.com among 24 other food trucks nationwide.
Ramon Gonzales started his food truck operation more than two years ago - before, he says, food trucks were seen to be as cool as they are now.