Comida's giant pink food truck, Tina, is now licensed to spread the Mexican food-love in Denver. Rayme Rossello, the owner and operator of Comida, has wanted to get Tina licensed to sell its grub within the Denver city limits for nearly two years. On Tuesday, Rossello got the go-ahead and seal of approval from City officials.
Why get a Denver license? Eater asked Rossello. "We received requests weekly to bring Tina down for private parties and special events, but it just felt like there was enough business in Boulder County to keep us busy. Plus, there are so many great trucks in Denver already. But it was time to expand our boundaries. And eventually, there might even be a second truck!"
Comida was a among the first food trucks in Boulder. It was recently named Boulder's Best Food Truck by the Boulder Daily Camera and included by Smithsonian Magazine among the top 20 best food trucks in the country. Earlier this year, Comida opened a brick-and-mortar location in Longmont's Prospect development.