"And what a maiden voyage!" he exclaimed, a bright smile lighting up his face.
A 2008 entry on the Weird Fish blog shows the bones of a type of taco bike. But it wasn't until Holt met Santa Rosa-based artist/engineer Todd Barricklow last year at the Great Handcar Regatta that the idea would be fully realized. Exceeded, even.We read via Tablehopper that Bite Club Eats has a diagrammed breakdown and all the specs of Barricklow's creation, which includes a hand-washing station with hot water, divided griddle to keep seafood away from vegan items while cooking, a slot for hands-free collection of money, and a cute dining area with a condiment station of Weird Fish's "suspicious sauces."
We enjoyed our first taco bike fish taco, made with tilapia and piled with cilantro, sour cream, and thick jalapeño slices. But it was the purple cabbage Holt had picked the day before from his and girlfriend Naomi Brilliant's Healdsburg-based Roshambo Farms that was the unexpected star.As for operating hours, "I'm aiming for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday," Holt told SFoodie. He added that it probably wouldn't be every weekend, though, since he will likely be the only person imbued with the power to wear the taco jacket.