Food Trucks Grow Into Restaurants

May 30, 2014 7 comments Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article

Since the 2012 launch of Jax Truckies, food trucks have rapidly changed Jacksonville's culinary scene. Today, Jacksonville is well on its way to becoming a culinary destination with trucks now breathing life into the city's established commercial districts. Here are a few food trucks that have evolved into brick and mortar restaurants.

El Palermo Restaurant/Cubarico Cafe

El Palermo Restaurant is a small Puerto Rican family owned restaurant in Orange Park, serving authentic Puerto Rican cuisine. El Palermo originally opened in 1987 but has since closed. In recent years, the original owner's son launched the Cubarico Café food truck, utilizing its popularity to reopen El Palermo in the original location.

Address: 2177 Kingsley Avenue, Orange Park, FL 32073

Phone: 904.276.7701



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