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Catch Local Food Trucks at the New Times Building This Friday

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There's no shortage of places to grab a bite from a food truck these days. For many, especially those who work in downtown Phoenix, that next culinary adventure could be parked just outside your office door on any given day.

If you find yourself near 12th Street and Jefferson, the Food Truck Meet Up at the New Times building poses one such opportunity. This Friday, the event will feature local trucks including L.A.'s famous Grilled Cheese Truck.

See also: - L.A.'s Grilled Cheese Truck Makes Phoenix Debut This Weekend - Chow Bella's One-Stop Guide to Metro Phoenix Food Trucks: When and Where to Find Them

The Grilled Cheese Truck now operates in Southern California, Illinois, and Michigan in addition to Phoenix. The menu includes a selection of gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches such as a Cheesy Mac and Rib, Goat Cheese Melt, and sweet options like the S'mores Melt.

You can catch the Grilled Cheese Truck, Q Up BBQ , and Gigi's Cupcakes from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Friday, March 29, at the New Times building located at 1201 East Jefferson Street.

For more information, visit the Food Truck Meet Up event page.

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