Greek-n-Go Food Truck sits on the side of the road on Canyon Road in Provo, Utah. It’s at a key location near the Brigham Young University campus. Nearby is Swig, a pop and cookie shop. That’s where Greek-n-Go used to be. But from economic difficulties, Mark and Mary Jensen decided to move south a few feet and buy a food truck instead. Mark says it was the best thing they could have done and business has never been better. Food trucks are hip and trendy, so the Jensens caught the wave on wheels just in time.
Mark and Mary have a secret?–they are not Greek. They had some Greek neighbors who taught them everything they know about Greek food. They saw a gap in society with less then enough euros and pitas, so they started up their own joint.
The crowd favorite is the classic euro. It’s made with slow cooked beef, homemade yogurt sauce, freshly cooked pita bread and tomatoes to top it off. I wanted to wait to eat it when I got one, but I couldn’t resist, I scarfed it down the second I got into my car. The tastes took me on the plane to Greece.
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