From mis-routed packages to its not-exactly-cheery workers, the Post Office can be pretty useless, and will remain that way until sometime in the post-apocalyptic future, when Kevin Costner gets his hands on a horse. For a once-infested postal relic now useful to you as a food truck, track down Tyson's Bees
TB's the latest effort from the Thai chef who did time at the defunct Chew Man Chu (along with stops in NYC, LA, and against Morimoto on Iron Chef America), who's now serving a mix of Asian dishes with Mexican influences out of a formerly bee-infested postal truck wrapped in a NoseGo paint job that's bee-heavy, also the casting call for that Blind Melon video. The menu rotates, but Southwestern-ness will always include quesadillas packed with blended cheese & kimchee, and tacos stuffed with Thai-seasoned chicken, wok-fried crispy edamame & chunks of tofu, or beef spare ribs prepped Korean BBQ style, presumably on a grill where the top half really hates the bottom half...and everyone else. Making things even gluttonous-er are rice bowls topped w/ BBQ lemongrass pork, a Vietnamese banh mi of barbecued pork and pickled veggies, and the show-stopping pork buns: thick sweet pickled cucumber and hoisin sauce-covered circles of chewy dough surrounding strips of pork belly that've been delicately steamed, also how Miss Manners feels when you use your salad fork on your entree
Because drinking on the street'll get you
invited to mad parties, son arrested, they're only slinging soda and water, and nighttime brings the truck into Old City, which is also how Costner's script describes every place in that entire terrific movie.