Found: The Summer Ave. Taco Wagon
Last night, I was driving down Summer Ave. after eating a huge hibachi dinner from Nagasaki when I saw a bright pink sign that said "Tacos!"
I love tacos, but I didn't think much about the sign because I'd already eaten. I was going to keep driving, but then I saw exactly what the sign was advertising: a taco wagon. A taco wagon that was parked right there at the corner of Summer and Perkins, open for business. I may or may not have squealed loudly with delight.
So, I stopped and got some tacos for dessert.
There weren't many menu options – just two kinds of tacos and some drinks. I got an asada taco with cilantro and onions ($1.75) and topped it with some of the spicy avocado sauce that was sitting on the truck's ledge. There were also had sliced radishes and some kind of extra hot-looking red sauce.
I'm not sure how often this mysterious taco wagon is out, but if you see it, stop. There's not really anywhere to sit and eat, but it looked like the guy who runs the truck had brought out a few lawn chairs. They don't take cards, but if there was ever a reason to keep an emergency $5 bill in your glove box, this is it.