If you’ve ever eaten at Patrizi’s (handmade pasta, what?!) you’re already eager to eat at Vic & Al’s, the Patrizi brothers second food truck which just opened for business. This time located at the Historic Scoot Inn, the food is pure Cajun/Creole with Louisiana classics like boudin, Cochon de Lait (roasted pig), po-boys, gumbo, and mouthwatering, rotating specials that only this talented team could dream up.
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Anastacia Uriegas is a writer at Thrillist whose eating habits were a precursor to the food truck trend. Eating personal quesadillas, alone, in the Taco Cabana parking lot counts, right? Follow her occasional sad-guy dining at @anaurie.