As i was leaving the super target on university avenue in st paul yesterday i noticed a taco truck parked along the south side of university. with signage in both english and spanish ("Border Tacos" and "Frontiera Tacos" respectively) they were advertising that they are now open, take credit cards and specialize in fried flour tacos (not sure about the translation here). Didn't have time/room to stop for a taco but wanted to see if anyone on the boards had any intel to share.
only reference i could find is this tweet from may 8th : http://twitter.com/bstrub/status/1740... which is pretty light on substance. I am planning to get back soon to try it out, but in the meantime:
i thought i recalled someone, possibly AnneinMpls, saying that the dearth of street food in the twin cities was due to a ban on such institutions (this despite sightings of both a late night hot-dog vendor on grand and avon and a taco trailer on the east side). Does this mean there has been some sort of change in regulations, or should border tacos really be known as outlaw tacos?