Artisan’s Market Has Different Food Trucks Each Day

March 16, 2012

The Tucson Museum of Art Artisan’s Market begins today and lasts through the weekend at 140 North Main Avenue from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. It has been recently expanded to include more than 140 of the Southwest’s best artisans and will have one-of-a-kind gifts available. Choose from jewelry, yard art, paintings, photography, mixed media and more. With food vendors, a kids play area, live museum and more there is something for everyone. The Artisans’ Market and Museum galleries are free all three days.

You can bring the whole family for a fun-filled day at the Museum. Each day brings a slightly different set of food truck menus to choose from:

Friday:
Seis Curbside Mexican Gourmet
Stolen Recipe BBQ
Jones St. Bistro (duck fat fried french fries and more)
Jamie’s Bitchen Kitchen (Cuban cuisine)
Trucking Good Cupcakes (the art of the cupcake)
RobDogs (all beef hot dogs with tons of fixin’s. Soydogs, too)
Cyclopsicle (innovative popsicles with curious combinations)

Saturday:
Seis Curbside
Stolen Recipe BBQ
Jones St. Bistro
Cyclopsicle
Red Pepper (spicy south of the border cuisine)
Pin UP Pastries (whoopie pies and more)

Sunday
Stolen Recipe BBQ
German Food Station (Currywurst, sauerkraut, and more)
Planet of the Crepes (her spaceship arrives at 3pm. Line starts at noon.)
Baja Tacos (Fresh shrimp. Say no more.)
Pin UP Pastries

More information about the Artisan’s Market is available here.

 

 

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