March 25, 2021

The economic impact of the pandemic on west-side businesses continues

Employees prepare food to order in El Jaripeo’s food truck in the 600 North Smith’s parking lot. The company’s five mobile locations have seen weekly sales fluctuate as much as 50 percent over the course of the pandemic. El Jaripeo’s brick-and-mortar restaurant was forced to temporarily close during the pandemic. It remains closed to the public, but continues to serve as a prep kitchen in support of the company’s food truck fleet. The economic impact of the pandemic on west-side businesses continues The economic impact of the pandemic on west-side businesses continues
Employees prepare food to order in El Jaripeo’s food truck in the 600 North Smith’s parking lot. The company’s five mobile locations have seen weekly sales fluctuate as much as 50 percent over the course of the pandemic.|El Jaripeo’s brick-and-mortar restaurant was forced to temporarily close during the pandemic. It remains closed to the public, but continues to serve as a prep kitchen in support of the company’s food truck fleet.|||||| Employees prepare food to order in El Jaripeo’s food truck in the 600 North Smith’s parking lot. The company’s five mobile locations have seen weekly sales fluctuate as much as 50 percent over the course of the pandemic.|El Jaripeo’s brick-and-mortar restaurant was forced to temporarily close during the pandemic. It remains closed to the public, but continues to serve as a prep kitchen in support of the company’s food truck fleet.|||||| |||||||
By Joseph B.V. Arrington & Edgar Zuniga