Ninjas With Appetite Food Truck Opens Brick-and-Mortar in Downtown Santa Ana

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • January 6, 2015
The Lime Truck. Seabirds. Dos Chinos. All the cool trucks are doing it: setting up brick-and-mortar restaurants. Soon the Burnt Truck and Dogzilla collaboration called Burntzilla will open a restaurant in Irvine. But before that happens, the...
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