Hey Joe! Sets Up Food Truck Pop-Up Restaurant in Central Phoenix

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For a few set times during the week, Hey Joe! and other mobile kitchens won't be parking as much as they'll be popping up.

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Brian and Margita Webb, who own Hey Joe!, the food truck serving Filipino cuisine, have purchased a 1920s bungalow, at 2237 North Seventh Street in Central Phoenix, and turned it into a kind of food truck pop-up restaurant. The converted space will serve as a dining room for guests who can enjoy street eats for lunch, dinner, or both, seven days a week from a Valley food truck parked outside. And Brian Webb tells me he's lining up some brick-and-mortar chefs to get in on the pop-up action as well.

Here's the Seventh Street bungalow's current food truck schedule, along with two special events from Hey Joe!

7th Street Food Schedule:

5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday: Hey Joe! 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday: Emerson Fry Bread 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday: Rite-Way Catering 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday: Hao Bao

Follow @7thstreetfood on Twitter for more information including news of new food trucks (think Satay Hut) joining the mix.

From 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, March 1, at the Seventh Street bungalow, Hey Joe! will be celebrating its second year with a special Filipino fusion menu (see below) and free lumpia (Filipino spring rolls) to the first 150 guests.


- Kinilaw (Ceviche) Shrimp, Coconut Vinegar, Calamansi, Heirloom Tomato, Pickled Persian Cucumber

- Scattered Ube Chips Purple Yam, Peanuts, Rosemary

- Lumpia Shanghi Ground Pork (Meat Shop) Egg Roll


Adobo Foie Gras, Chicken (Red Bird Farm) Marinated in Soy Sauce/Vinegar, Garlic Fried Rice

Joe-Kawali (2012 Battle Pork Winner) Deep Fried Pork Belly, Homemade Chicharon, Pork Blood Sauce, Calamansi Buerre Blanc

Mt. Mayon (Vegan) Fire-Hot Annatto Seared Tofu, Coconut infused Forbidden Rice, Lava Sauce

Asian Rib Huge Angus Beef Rib, Achara (Pickled Green Papaya & Ginger


Leche Flan Super Rich Filipino Flan made with Duck Eggs, Candied Pig Ears

Turon Banana Spring Roll, Sweet Republic Vanilla Ice Cream

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