Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Serial Grillers Needs Tucson's Help in Building a Second Truck

Posted By on Wed, Jun 19, 2013 at 9:53 AM

Serial Grillers, the truck with the menu of grilled meat sandwiches named after all sorts of fictional slayers, needs some help, Tucson — they're looking to build out their second food truck, so they're no longer operating in the back of a trailer.

Currently, they seem to be doing pretty decently for themselves, as they spend lunchtime hours during the weekday at 22nd Ave. and Pantano, serving up food with MaFooCo (and making me bitter that they don't come down to the Weekly offices anymore). But due to their popularity and the current limitations of their new space, they say that their order times are stretching further and further — and they just want to feed you better, Tucson.

They've got 27 days to go, so if you need to head down there and try their sandwiches for yourself before you throw money at them, you've got some time.

But, as a fancy reward for all you folks with deep pockets, the Serial Grillers guys are willing to name a sandwich after your (or your favorite cinematic death-dealer) for $1,000.

Small price to pay for fame, people.

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