Sunsets and Food Trucks April 23

Come stop by the Robson Ranch Food Truck Night on Sunday, April 23, from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Wildhorse Grill parking lot. There will be five different trucks to order from to appease your appetite, since the Grill will be closed after 4 p.m. Feel free to take the food home to enjoy, or you can hang out in the parking lot or grab a seat on the patio.

Las Tamaleras will have authentic tamales and taquito plates to choose from.

Munchies will bring a unique menu with some familiar favorites, while still creating some one-of-a-kind items like their Fried PB&J and a Mac and Cheese Panini.

El Cucuy Burritos is a celebration of Southwestern, Mexican, and Latin culture—not only the food, but the whole experience. Their menu is a culmination of powerful flavor profiles and, standalone, it is sure to wow the critics, but the food is meant to be enjoyed with the colors, the music, and the storytelling.

Bondi Bowls are assorted acai bowls and smoothies. Curated from a local family who moved from Australia. Their ingredients are pure, vegan, and avoid refined sugar and dairy so that each of you can enjoy clean eating.

Frios Gourmet Pops are frozen delights on a stick that take you away. “We have 76-year-olds and kids alike who get so excited to see our ‘ice cream truck’ that we affectionately named it ‘The Frios Sweet Ride.’ We love these moments of joy, happiness, and dignity that we exchange daily with our guests.”