Tale Of The Taco
Orlando Magazine|February 2018

Hunger Street presents delicious, authentic creations that include grilled cheese, fried avocado, and hibiscus flower.

Joseph Hayes

JOSEPH CREECH GREW up a missionary’s son in Guadalajara and Acapulco (“I was a beach kid,” he says. “I hate the beach.”), and while the family moved to Central Florida when he was 6, he and his brother David still spent summers south of the border. In his college years Joseph moved back and fell in love with the street foods of Mexico City. The Creech boys bring those influences to Hunger Street Tacos with delectable tacos, quesadillas and tostadas that define the real Mexico.

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