You close deals. You resolve disputes. You go to work, sit at the computer and stare at that one girl on Facebook.
So you need a restaurant that can adapt to your hectic, on-the-go lifestyle.
We think we’ve found it. And it’s not a restaurant per se, so much as a vehicle...
Say hello to City Street Grille, a new burrito-slinging food truck that’s now serving breakfast and will soon be jump-starting your lunches, dinners and late-night snacks too.
Obviously, this is a big deal—it’s the city’s first out-and-out gourmet burrito wagon, and only the city’s second gourmet food truck. On top of that, it has one of the sweetest flame-adorned paint jobs this side of El Paso. So let’s get you right into the facts.
To begin its mobile burrito domination, this rig will be parked outside Bob’s Steak & Chop House on Lemmon Monday through Saturday from 6:30 to 9am (it launched this morning). Your tortilla-wrapped options are as follows:
- The Momma Mia (equipped with scrambled eggs, Italian sausage, mozzarella, basil and marinara sauce)
- The Italian Job (eggs, sundried tomatoes, caramelized onions, roasted garlic, pancetta and pecorino romano cheese)
- What About Bob (eggs, beef, potatoes with peppercorn, onions, smoked gouda and a side of Richard Dreyfuss)
Refrain from any Teen Wolf reenactments on the rooftop.