Thursday, November 29, 2012

Tucson's Newest Food Truck Debuts Tomorrow (Friday, Nov. 30)

Posted By on Thu, Nov 29, 2012 at 3:18 PM

Say what? You're into sauteed mussels, shawarma sandwiches, salads and hot dogs like they make 'em up in Detroit? Well then, you'll be wanting to make it down to the grand opening of Chef's Kitchen and Catering, which happens tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 30, in the parking lot of Tucson Federal Credit Union on the corner of Speedway Boulevard and Alvernon Way.

We interviewed the man behind this amazing new mobile food phenomenon last week—you can check that out here—and can report that he certainly sounds like he means business. Chef Cryderman has decades of experience when it comes to making delicious things and it should be rather interesting to see what happens when all of that culinary knowledge is contained inside one tiny little food truck.

Also worthy of note: The artwork on the side of Chef's Kitchen and Catering was created by none other than local artist Donovan White, who also tends bar at local watering hole Che's Lounge. Very cool.

You can also follow the food truck on Facebook over here.

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