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No seating at taco trucks?

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What happened to the seating and cabana at the Taco German truck on 35th and Univ.? Luckily I had a folding chair in my trunk. I am afraid this will really hurt their business, how will they serve the stuff in those great glass goblets? It will be nearly imposssible to eat their quesadilla standing up.

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  1. I always carry a couple of folding chairs in my car for this reason.

    1. I was wondering the same thing. Probably the latest salvo of complaints from restauranteurs who fear competition.

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      1. re: Josh

        At 35th and Unviersity?

        1. re: DiningDiva

          Probably not specifically there, but then again that's the only truck I've seen that had tables and chairs. I wonder if there's been a stepping up in enforcement.

          1. re: Josh

            are they not allowed to setup chairs/tables?

            1. re: MrKrispy

              Last time I went there were none to be seen.

      2. Same as El Pescador. I found myself balancing my plate on the edge of a trashcan, which according to most health officials, is less than optimum.

        They had some seats, but no tables.

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        1. re: Fake Name

          You obviously are unaware of the secret premium seating at El Pescador, Fakey. Walk a block or so towards the ocean on Pearl, and sit in that nice plastic brown bench with a MTS sign in front of it. If it is occupied or if you want to face the south, cross Pearl Street (preferably at a light) and there is a bench in that area as well.

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          El Pescador Fish Market
          627 Pearl St, San Diego, CA 92037

          1. re: RB Hound

            Yeah I considered that. But I had been around the corner at Harbor Freight for some tools, and was not appropriately attired for the private dining area.