MENTIONS IN THE MEDIA
Context is everything in food, and the lamb tacos fit sunny October afternoons just right.
And for you omnivores: the gyro was devoured in short order and with great pleasure.
Denver Street Food
Sounds delicious! You can also get fresh waffles from a street cart (it’s worth it to walk past the cart each morning just for the smell)
Pierce Whole Nutrition
The Gastro Cart, a fearless force of creative cuisine like quinoa, tacos, and naan, and wild specials can be found between 11a.m. and 2p.m.
Eight minutes and eight dollars later I had in my hand the most delicious carnitas taco, spicy chicken taco and a side of quinoa. What a great lunchtime spot for anyone who works downtown.
Street food — albeit a savvy, sophisticated version created by two guys who conjured the idea between their shifts cooking at white-tablecloth restaurants from Vail to Massachusetts.
The Denver Post
If you like good food, I mean REALLY good food, make a lunchtime trip down to the Gastro Cart, you will not be sorry!
Mile High Eats
The Gastro Cart is two dudes on a mission to deliver Denverites “hand-crafted street food” when they need it most: in the middle of a bland work day.
When it comes to fabulous street food, there’s a new kid on the block. Literally.
The Kitchen Sink
We think it’s about time for a change. Thank goodness a few others did too!
The Nugget Denver
In a nutshell, explain the guys, the Gastro Cart is aiming to “synergize the hour lunch break and vitalize Denver street food.
The vision is simple: to make orginal hand-crafted food and sell it on the street.
Denver on a Spit
These days, street food is all the rage. And while Denver has fewer food trucks than other cities, the 16th Street Mall still has plenty of vendors that dish up the goods