Eating tacos on a curb is obviously the way tacos were meant to be eaten. What’s more curb than curb?, an abandoned Sears parking lot, that’s what. Both carts are great. One of them is better. I can’t remember which one but it’s worth figuring it out because the better one’s sauce and topping offerings feel magically traditional and authentic even if they aren’t. This place actually as a low wall to sit on which is like a luxury curb. And if you’re a traditionalist there are plenty of parking lot slappy curbs to sit one which, when you think about it are a little bit like socially distanced outdoor tables.
|Utah||Salt Lake City|
|Tacos Hidalgo||Utah||Salt Lake City|
Join thousands of your friends and neighbors in owning Astoria Co+op. Although you don’t have to be an owner to shop, we think the benefits of ownership are pretty great. Help grow our co-op, keep more money in our community and invest in a business that will always be locally-owned
In 1973, 15 Chico families banded together as a buying club to bring a new way of choosing food to the local community. They wanted an alternative to food that was over-processed, sugary, or contained pesticides, herbicides, and artificial additives. The buying club grew from a parking lot meeting-spot to a store front and was located at 15th St. and Park Ave, 1st and Orange, and for a short time right across the street from its current location at 8th St. and Main St in 1988.
|Community Food Co-Op||Washington||Bellingham|
|Mountain Avenue Market||Colorado||Fort Collins|
If you don’t mind going on a Australian 3rd wave Coffee Shop-themed Disneyland ride or being literally inside a Floppy Hat’s Instagram feed for the hour or so it takes to get breakfast, and you like smoothies and think smoothies are a must, than Proud Mary is the best place to stock-up on food before leaving portland as soon as you can. You have to order the Smooth Date; an almond milk based smoothie from space eden. Good luck suffering through the coffee. If it’s me, I order the smallest coffee possible to humor my hosts and their identity crises, then walk across the street to Barista for a mocha to go.