Hangry’s Food Truck Sets Up Shop in Virginia Beach

Hangry's

Some food trucks in Coastal Virginia are shifting into permanent digs. One of the latest is Hangry’s, setting up shop in a sunny little spot in Thalia Bay Shoppes. Its toque-wearing calavera logo with knife and fork “crossbones” heralds a Mexican inclination, and its tacos and breakfast burritos curb your appetite, along with shredded pork panini, Cuban presses, grilled cheese sandwiches (some featuring shrimp, others mac-n-cheese with shredded pork) and Tex-Mex Caesar salads. Daily specials and an expanded menu feature fresh baked goods, too. But Hangry’s hasn’t lost its drive; the food truck still rolls.

4020 Bonney Road, Virginia Beach. 757-619-7277. HangrysVB.com

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Marisa Marsey

Marisa Marsey is a food, beverage and travel writer whose awards include 1st place Food Writing from the Virginia Press Association. A Johnson & Wales University representative, she has sipped Château d'Yquem '75 with Jean-Louis Palladin, sherpa-ed for Edna Lewis and savored interviews with Wolfgang Puck and Patrick O’Connell.

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