Detroit — El Guapo, Detroit’s first licensed mobile food truck, has been quite busy over the holiday season. A list of announcements is expected by mid-March including upgrades to the menu, a new home base for operations, late- night hours, and future concepts from the team.
“First and foremost, we are thrilled to announce our new partners, Dan and Lindsay Gearig. Dan and Lindsay have an extensive background in the mobile culinary field. Their creativity and passion for gourmet street food will take us to another level. Guests can expect items such as Korean short rib tacos, pork belly confit, and an array of vegetarian and vegan options on the new menu,” said Anthony Curis, co-owner of El Guapo.
In addition, El Guapo will have the benefit of a new home to service its growing needs. The team has locked down a private commissary and commercial kitchen facility that will solely be used by El Guapo and future concepts. “This facility gives us the right kitchen and work space to not only produce an ambitious menu, but also generate a creative atmosphere for our team members. It’s so important to give our team more than just a good working environment. We want to create a culture that will ultimately drive our business.” said co-owner and Executive Foodie, Dan Gearig.