Wilmington's getting hotter all year round, and the culprit happens to be one truck, all by itself. And it's not the emissions at fault - it's the food itself. Of course, if you happen to enjoy the cold, you don't have to dive into the menu's spicy side, but when the truck's called Fuego, you owe it to yourself to at least start there. Tacos are the big fire-starter here, imbuing a city block's worth of flavor into a foldable, portable flurry of bites (or really just however long it lasts in front of you), taco by taco, with variety of heat to match the intensity of each one. Nachos, sandwiches, rotating specials, and of course, monster guac round out the options, ensuring there's something for every kind of pyro here. And something to cool them off after.
* The Handsome Boy Soupalito: Blackened Ahi tuna marinated in Asian spices, topped with a crispy slaw and finished with pico, Fuego sauce and a cilantro lime cream.
* Crab Tones: Tostones smothered in melted cheddar and hand-picked blue crab, finished with pico and Fuego sauce.