Food Truck Frenzy

Superstition Food Truck Round Up: Smaller, Smoother, a Little More Affordable


​  After battling lines, dust and pricey eats at two previous festivals in the Valley, mobile eats enthusiasts found a better experience Saturday at Superstition Farm's first food truck round up.

The event drew hundreds of people and more than a dozen trucks, including Phoenix Ale Brewery with watermelon ale and Shinobu Diego with an Asian twist on the taco.

A welcome relief from one festival earlier this year: At this event, you could buy samples, instead of a full serving. Still, at $2-6 a pop, the costs did add up.

Was it worth the trip out to Mesa?

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Shelby Moore