'Farm to Foodie' street tacos a 'best buy' for Bike Week

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The pair of tacos may have been the best bargain of Bike Week (Rochester Voice photo)

WEIRS BEACH - For those looking to get a bite to eat at Bike Week this weekend you can pay about $30 for a lobster roll or $15 for a burger and fries ... or you can check out the "Farm to Foodie" food truck and get some good grub for far less.
The "Farm to Foodie" food truck is among the Amsoil pavilion kiosks that located along the driveway to the old Weirs drive-in movie lot.
We parked our bike there at the drive-in for a very reasonable $10 that put us in the heart of the action.
Chris Collias, who was running the truck, is also the owner of Beans and greens Farm in Gilford, and uses produce from his farm for much of his ingredients.
We got a very delicious pair of pulled chicken street tacos that came on a corn tortilla dressed with baby red onions, sliced radishes and cilantro.
I don't like eat heavy when I'm riding, so this was the absolute perfect snack.
And at $9.49, you can't beat it.
Most of the entrees are in the $10-$14 range.

Service ★★★★

Food ★★★★

Atmosphere ★★★★★ (It's Bike Week for gosh sakes)

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