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Jerome’s Taco Fest is September 18th and 19th for a weekend of delicious food from all the best taco trucks, including the ones we love here in Boise. Here are the top taco trucks in Boise we hope to see at the festival.
But there are many, many more trucks out there. If we missed your favorite one, give us a link to them in the comments section, and we will invite them out to Jerome’s Taco Festival.
Originally from Nampa, Tony’s flavors will change what you think tasty means. You can book them to cater any event imaginable. Go! Give their tamales a try, and hopefully we will see their truck out at Taco Fest.
You can absolutely trust the positive Google reviews and the Facebook recommendations for this one. El Chavo’s authentic tacos are made with all the freshes ingredients. Check out how people are raving over El Chavo on social media.
One thing to know if you want to visit this truck: unless they have updated things very recently, they only take cash.
This truck doesn’t have any real social media presence. You can find Meshico out on Curtis and Franklin. They have tasty food at very reasonable prices. I’ve never seen the folks inside the truck without a sincere smile on their faces. Their quesadillas are the best, so Go! give them a try.
Another local truck with overwhelmingly positive reviews from local patrons. Taco Veloz is a great place to grab lunch on the Go!
One of the Treasure Valley’s most beloved family restaurants specializing in Mexican food has an awesome food truck. Serving almost everything from the original menu, Taco Fest just wouldn’t be the same without El Gallo Giro.
There is nothing quite like celebrating the tastiest foods to bring a people together and provide a little bit of comfort in this crazy world. We hope to see you all at Jerome’s Taco Fest in September. Stay safe and healthy out there.
And, don’t forget, if we did not list your favorite taco truck here, be sure to tell us in the comments section.
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