Keeping local businesses alive.
The city of Albuquerque is doing its part in helping the local economy.
According to a city release, the Albuquerque Drive-Through Grab & Go Series was created to provide a safe space to shop curbside.
There are three locations to grab food, handcrafted goods or produce.
The first event, he Albuquerque Rail Yards, will be from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12.
The event will feature a variety of local food trucks.
According to the city, customers can order from a mobile device from over a dozen trucks and have the food delivered, all from the convenience of their car.
The vendors include Gourmet Doner Kebab, Kimo’s Hawaiian BBQ, Pop Fizz, Tikka Spice and Urban Hotdog Co.
According to the city, for safety and convenience, all of the participating food trucks have contactless ordering and payment capability.
A menu will be available upon arrival. All transactions are to be contactless; cash will not be accepted.
Upon arrival, customers will be greeted by a staff member and directed to a designated parking space. Parking spaces will be 10 feet apart.
Customers will remain in vehicles during their Grab & Go experience while social distancing measures are followed.
Patrons are required to wear a face mask at all times and are not permitted to approach food trucks.
Public restrooms are not available.