Anubis and Adonai Avalos

Adonai and Anubis Avalos are brothers who share passions for music and healthy food. Both Adonai and Anubis adhere to a vegan diet and, after having difficulty finding affordable and flavorful meatless food options, they decided to open a food truck, Chile de Árbol. Their food truck offers a variety of vegan options, including tacos, burgers, and Indian-inspired bowls. Adonai and Anubis currently operate their food truck at a food truck park in Brownsville, and seek to expand their business by bringing their tasty food options to South Padre Island. Unfortunately, the City of South Padre Island’s anti-competitive vending laws make it very difficult for the Avalos brothers to realize their goals.

  • February 28, 2019    |   Economic Liberty

    South Padre Island Food Trucks

    No Day at the Beach for South Padre Island’s Food Trucks

    Millions of visitors flock to South Padre Island every year to enjoy the sun and surf. The island is the most popular beach destination in Texas. With all of those mouths to feed one would expect that South Padre is a thriving destination for food-truck entrepreneurs. Not so. Unlike cities across Texas, the City of…

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