By Tate Luckey —
In an effort to provide more on-campus food variety, last week the University of Louisville’s Dining services brought three food trucks to campus.
A variety of food choices were provided for students who purchased a ticket worth 10 flex points. From what U of L Dining has suggested, this event was also done in part to support local businesses hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Celtic Pig –
Born through a passion for smoked meat and pri
One of the favorites among those who went was the pulled pork grilled cheese. Topped with Irish cheddar and served on Texas toast, freshman Cassidy Witt actually went back to buy another for her roommate.
“I don’t why I’m acting like I’m not going to eat half too. It’s really good,” she said.
Get it on a Bun at Booty’s –
The Pulled pork sandwich they had was a fantastic choice for those looking to tear into a good piece of meat. It was juicy, well seasoned, and had just the right amount of “pull” to make it worth a ticket.
Nathan’s Taqueria –
Beatriz Mata and Carlos Gomez decided to bring their food trucks to give Louisville a taste of Mexico. Their options were 3 street tacos, nachos and a burrito. Each had an option of pork or chicken. Out of all the trucks present, this one was the busiest in the mornings.
The most popular food item from what I saw was the nachos. “The pork to me was what made it. It was pretty good. They put lots of tomatoes,” freshman Alex Reynolds described.
Photos by Tate Luckey and Anthony Riley // The Louisville Cardinal