Food Trucks Roll Into Downtown's Luhrs Tower Today

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A year ago, the question used to be, "Where are the food trucks?" Now, a better question might be, "Where aren't they?"

From Food Truck Friday and Wednesday Night Mania at the Phoenix Public Market to Tuesday aftenoons at the historic Phoenix Seed & Feed Building and at events, farmers markets, and other locations around the Valley, mobile kitchens are on the move once again with the announcement of Lunch at Luhrs.

(Those of you who forgot to pack a lunch today will want to read this.)

From 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Monday, starting this Monday, July 9, the mobile kitchens will be parking their collective wheels into the alley behind the Luhrs Tower, the Art Deco skyscraper office building downtown at 11 West Jefferson.

Here's the lineup of trucks for today's Lunch at Luhrs: - Short Leash Hot Dogs - Mojo Bowl - Riteway Catering - Mamma Toledo's Pies - Shinobu Diego Tacos y Burritos - Hey Joe! Filipino Street Food

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