Gourmet Cuisine and Drinks from Tulsa Grub Truck (Half Off). Two Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

A fun-loving chef puts a gourmet spin on American classics in a food truck that visits street corners, festivals, and sporting events

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Promotional value expires Feb 13, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for catering. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Food trucks deliver meals on wheels, like a roller-skating server at a drive-in or a paperboy with a potato gun. Drive off hunger with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $3 for $6 worth of gourmet cuisine and drinks
  • $6 for $12 worth of gourmet cuisine and drinks for two or more

Tulsa Grub Truck's menu changes daily, but recent dishes include béchamel linguine with bacon ($7), chorizo tacos with peach pico de gallo ($4 for one), and twice-fried rosemary-garlic fries ($3). On most days, the truck visits 11th and Elgin for lunch and 6th and Quincy for dinner. Visit the truck's Twitter feed to see where it's headed next.

Tulsa Grub Truck

Chef Mitch Neely was tired of restaurants. Too many of the places he visited sported a stuffy atmosphere that drained all the fun from dining. To make meals merry again, he founded Tulsa Grub Truck, a four-wheeled café with a rotating menu of gourmet eats. On most days, his truck stops at 11th and Elgin for lunch, dinner, or both. It also travels to many events, including ball games and street fairs, and delivers catering orders to customers' homes and offices. No matter where the truck is headed, Mitch's team tweets its whereabouts so that hungry patrons can hunt it down on foot or hail it with a giant dog whistle.

As a die-hard food connoisseur, Mitch prepares as many meals as possible from scratch, using fresh ingredients and a splash of creativity. Some days, he slides a half-pound of meat between two grilled-cheese sandwiches to assemble his signature Big Burger, and on other days he transforms onion rings into elegant snacks with a coating of champagne-infused batter.

Tulsa Grub Truck

Chef Mitch Neely was tired of restaurants. Too many of the places he visited sported a stuffy atmosphere that drained all the fun from dining. To make meals merry again, he founded Tulsa Grub Truck, a four-wheeled café with a rotating menu of gourmet eats. On most days, his truck stops at 11th and Elgin for lunch, dinner, or both. It also travels to many events, including ball games and street fairs, and delivers catering orders to customers' homes and offices. No matter where the truck is headed, Mitch's team tweets its whereabouts so that hungry patrons can hunt it down on foot or hail it with a giant dog whistle.

As a die-hard food connoisseur, Mitch prepares as many meals as possible from scratch, using fresh ingredients and a splash of creativity. Some days, he slides a half-pound of meat between two grilled-cheese sandwiches to assemble his signature Big Burger, and on other days he transforms onion rings into elegant snacks with a coating of champagne-infused batter.


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