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Suerte Malo Keeps Yerba Buena from debuting in Clintonville on March 3rd

Posted by CMH Gourmand on February 28, 2012

The Yerba Buena Food Truck had planned to make it’s 2012 debut back in Clintonville on March 3rd. This community favorite from last summer hoped to join Pitabilities and Tatoheads as the Food truck contingent to help Clintonville Celebrate the Bicentennial of Columbus.

PITABILTIES AND TATOHEADS are in Clintonville from Noon to 3 PM.

Due to an unexpected generator issue Yerba Buena had to bail out at the last minute – but owner Carlos Gutierrez will be there to pass out flyers with information on their new location in Clintonville.

The event will be from Noon to 3:00 PM at Maple Grove Church at the corner of North High Street and Henderson Road. Admission is free. There will also be free goodies from Mozart’s Bakery and plenty of activities related to the history of Columbus.

More details – here

In case you missed the drama of last year, Yerba Buena almost went down as the first food truck booted out of Clintonville by a very small but very loud minority of residents. The owners Carlos and Carolina used the incident as an opportunity to open up in another section of Clintonville in need of more food options, however, news of their move did not get communicated in the community so business flagged. This year, Yerba Buena is back and looking forward to being part of the community. Please come out to show the support Clintonville and the rest of Columbus shares for these small, independent businesses that are adding spice and variety to the day to day diets of us all.

Also come see what Clintonville has to offer. For those of your ready to support The Mid Ohio Food Bank’s Operation Feed, Pitabilities is doing a mobile food drive for March. They will be collecting jars of peanut butter at the Clintonville Celebrates Columbus Event.


5 Responses to “Suerte Malo Keeps Yerba Buena from debuting in Clintonville on March 3rd”

  1. Thanks Jim! Carlos and I are so thankful for your support and inviting us to this event. Looking forward to bring our south american flavors to Clintonville residents.
    Thanks to all for embracing us!

  2. AlohaJo said

    Thank you to Yerba Buena for staying committed to Clintonville. We truly appreciate your presence. Thanks to everyone who is helping with the celebration this weekend.

  3. Sara said

    Can’t wait to get Yerba back in the ‘hood! Do you know where their new location will be?

    Answer: 4490 Indianola Ave (about 4 blocks south of Morse Rd).

  4. Sassy said

    Pitabilities rocks! Awesome greek salad and warm pita- heaven!!

  5. […] However the path to glory has not been without many speed bumps as well as some hurt feelings and profit margins. Since the Taco Truck community sprouted in 2001, it has faced reservations from citizens and public servants. In the mainstream mobile world – which has exploded over the last two years two very popular vendors have faced significant gridlock, frustration and miscommunication with the powers that be – Ray Ray’s Hog Pit and (the now defunct) Yerba Buena. […]

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