Hobbled by Van Troubles, Nacho Bizness Stalls Service Today

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Nacho Bizness is down for the count. "The mystery van is not looking good," the taco truck posted on today's Twitter feed. "Back in the shop. No lunch or dinner today. Anyone got a deal on a new van?"

Owner Aaron Byers says they'll be up and running as soon as tomorrow, with scheduled appearances at the Food Truck Expo at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Thursday and Burger Beast's Truck Tracker iiPhone app launch party on Friday.

Trouble with the van started

late last month, when the truck was forced to shut down on July

21st. Byers said he's looking for a new truck and trying to get the word

out on Twitter and Facebook.

The truck's growing popularity has led to longer hours, more employees,

and new menu items such as pork sliders and quesadillas. The Nacho Bizness Korean pulled pork taco was rated "Best Taco" for this year's New Times Best Of Award.

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