The smell of sizzling onions and carne asada gets to you every time you drive by, so why not give one — or all — of Lodi’s taco trucks a taste? Here’s your guide to finding $4 super burritos, $1 tacos and parts of the cow you won’t find anywhere else.
Lodi taco trucks
Tacos Azteca on Turner Road.
- Taco truck basics
- Take cash, preferably small bills.
- Traditional Mexican dishes are spicy. Don’t be afraid to ask
them to hold back on the peppers or spices if you can’t handle the
- If there isn’t a table and you don’t want to eat on the hood of
your car, use the metal counter on the side of the taco truck. Most
taco trucks have an awning for you to stand under, as well.
Posted: Saturday, July 17, 2010 12:00 am
Updated: 11:35 am, Fri Aug 13, 2010.
July wasn’t holding back its strong heat, but it didn’t keep
Albert Blanco from standing in the sun and eating a single beef
taco at La Sabrosita, a taco truck that parks at the corner of
Washington and Pine streets every day. Twenty-year-old Blanco was
passing by when he stopped for a cheap, fresh snack and a cold can
“I have been coming here since I was a kid,” said Blanco, who
sat at the wooden picnic table and finished the juicy taco in a
number of bites.
Or, use your
Saturday, July 17, 2010 12:00 am.
Updated: 11:35 am.