‘What’chu Eatin’ Wednesdays’ brings meals vans to Library Sq. and CALS Williams Library
The Galleries & Bookstore at Library Sq., situated at 401 President Clinton Avenue, has not too long ago launched “What’chu Eatin’ Wednesdays,” the place each Wednesday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. a special meals truck will probably be parked on Rock Avenue between the parking deck entrance and Bobby L. Roberts Library of Arkansas Historical past & Artwork. Comply with the schedule on Fb for scheduling updates. (The bookstore moved from its former house within the Cox Constructing in January.)
At present’s featured meals truck is Lili’s, an area startup by a former army household from California providing conventional Mexican dishes. We’re planning on strolling down there at lunch and can report again.
Save your receipt and get 10% off used books on the bookstore as much as one week after the date of buy. For extra details about occasions at library sq., or when you’re a meals truck proprietor serious about establishing, contact Lily Kauffman at email@example.com.
You’ll be able to sit on the steps that result in the Gallery and Bookstore whilst you wait on your order, or higher but, use your receipt from the meals truck and get 10% off on a “gently learn” ebook from the bookstore.
We went with the California Burrito with brief rib birria meat. The burrito had a pleasant texture and was grilled on all sides. It was full of french fries, brief rib, guacamole and pico de gallo. I’m presently sitting at my desk making an attempt not the eat the second half. It’s an incredible mixture of contemporary and greasy flavors.
We additionally obtained the cochinita tacos (gradual roasted pork cooked in citrus juices and ancho pepper seeds) together with nopales (cactus tacos) served with rice and beans. Lili’s says the cochinita comes from an historical Mayan recipe. Served on blue corn tortillas and topped with a liberal quantity of the inexperienced, avocado-heavy sauce and a splash of the very, extremely popular sauce, it was one of the crucial distinctive and scrumptious tacos we’ve had in a while. The nopales was nice, too.