FLINT, Michigan—Flint's first food truck is back. Permanently.
Yes, that's right: Vehicle City Tacos has taken up residency at Tenacity Brewing, where it will serve up its signature, atypical tacos alongside Flint-brewed beer.
Vehicle City Tacos opened shop in 2014 after owner-operator Dan Moilanian was awarded a $10,000 grant from the state. Vehicle City Tacos and Tenacity Brewing have a relationship that dates back to before Tenacity even opened in 2015, but this move will make VCT available six days a week "in perpetuity."
The menu typically includes tacos such as "The Regular" with chorizo as well as "The Clucker" and "The Oinker"—which seem fairly self explanatory. There is also "The Seoul Man," a Korean-fusion steak taco, and "The Capper," a vegetarian, beer-battered portobello mushroom. Sides include hand-cut fries and freshly fried tortilla chips.
The announcement came last week as part of Restaurant Week in downtown Flint and follows the food truck's winter hiatus.
Vehicle City Tacos will operate at Tenacity Brewing 4-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 4-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Tenacity Brewing
is located at 119 N. Grand Traverse Ave. in Flint.
And ... it ends up that Vehicle City Tacos also is looking to grow in the near future by adding a second food truck to allow their eats to be in more places at the same time.
For more information on Vehicle City Tacos, check out its Facebook page