In addition to the art, raffles, and music at Art For the Cash Poor this weekend, there is also going to be plenty of food from our wonderful vendors. Here’s a look at just a few.
You may have spotted the Guapos Tacos Truck around town serving Chef Jose Garces‘s version of Mexican street food. The James Beard Award-winning chef opened his first restaurant, Amada, an authentic Spanish tapas bar in Old City in 2005. Since then, he has opened six other restaurants in Philadelphia. The Guapos menu offers five different types of tacos: Green Chile Chicken, Chipotle Short Rib, Carnitas, Duck Barbacoa, and Hongos Con Rajas, as well as tamales and tostadas. You can track the Guapos Tacos Truck by visit their website, guapostacos.com or by following them on Twitter and Facebook.
Jimmies Cupcake Company is serving gourmet cupcakes from its cupcake truck to Philly and its suburbs. Each cupcake is named after a famous Jim, Jimmy, or James. Offering sixteen different varieties, choices range from the James Cagney, a tiramisu inspired cupcake to the Jim Carrey, a banana cupcake with a cream cheese filling. Visit the Jimmies Cupcake Company website to track the cupcake truck, or follow them on Twitter and Facebook.
Guy Angelella and Kimberly Edwards opened Mojo Gourmet Coffee after discovering the New Orleans roast and agreeing it was one of the best coffees the couple had ever tasted. The mobile food truck’s menu offers the New Orleans Roast and a large selection of hot and iced beverages: Espresso, Cappuccino, Lattes, Mochaccino, Frappes, Chai Tea Lattes, Black & Herbal Teas and more. In addition to its menu of coffees and teas, Mojo also has breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. Visit their website to keep track of the gourmet coffee truck or follow them on Twitter and Facebook.
Here is the full line up of our fantastic and delicious food trucks and vendors at Art for the Cash Poor 12: