If the answer is no, flock over as soon you can. The food menu comes from their partnering with Southern Goods, a new Heights project from Cottonwood/Liberty Station owner Charles
Bishop and Chef Lyle Bento. The food truck menu has five classics: PiBento Burger, Wing King, Taco Night Tacos, Seafood Pancake and Bone in Fish Tacos. The Taco Night Tacos are old school crispy beef tacos and the wings are traditional sauced wings, and they are generous with the tangy hot sauce. The Taco Night Tacos and Wings are the perfect pair to share over Ladybird’s $3 craft beer pull. Chef Lyle Bento will leave you fighting over the last taco at Ladybird’s – that’s if you’re nice enough to share. Ladybirds is located at 5519 Allen St.
Lunch at GrindHouse
If you’re looking for a new lunch spot in the ‘hood, GrindHouse has four sandwiches under $5. Two must trys are the Cuban and the Chicken Salad sandwich. The Cuban is served on warm pressed bread with mustard, thinly sliced pickles and the meat is roasted in house. The Chicken Salad sandwich comes in at close second. The sandwich is served on warm pressed bread with cranberries and healthy serving of chicken in the salad. GrindHouse is located at 5403 N Shepherd Dr.