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Cover Feature///Food trucks

Sip ‘N Dip Guam Street Food

Sip ‘N Dip is like a drive-thru, fast food restaurant that moves, according to owner Marisol Malumay. The food truck’s menu caters to those who want something quick and easy to eat. Owner: Marisol Malumay Opened: October 2017 Type of food: Snacks, light meals, appetizers, chasers Popular dishes: Breaded mozzarella sticks, fried calamari Favorite spot: Chamorro Village Contact number: 483-0027

Songge Guam

Equipped with a wood fire oven, Songge Guam can get a pizza ready for a customer in less than 20 minutes. The food truck sells quickly, so coowner Roke Quichocho recommends placing an order as soon as possible. Owners: Roke Quichocho and Chelsie Maier Opened: July 2016 Type of food: Wood-fired pizza Popular dish: Sup’ Prim, which consists of five-cheese blend, pepperoni, Marianas marinara, Italian sausage, mushrooms, red onion, olives and jalapenos Favorite spot: Surfside, Talofofo Bay Contact number: 686-7653 Facebook and Instagram: @songgeguam Photo by Leland Francisco

The Warrior Wagon

The Warrior Wagon primarily serves coffee and American food. Owner Kelly Harper also sells military-themed apparel and accessories as a way to support veterans. Owner: Kelly Harper Opened: March 2018 Type of food: Veteran-owned and operated coffee Popular beverages: Hot chai tea latte and kona mocha frappe Favorite spot: None, always roaming Facebook: Search “The Warrior Wagon”

Z’s Green Canteen

Z’s Green Canteen prides itself on its plant-based, locally sourced foods. The canteen promotes healthy eating and its dishes are friendly to a vegetarian diet. Owners: Tonnie C. Guzman and Nikki Roberto Opened: June 2017 Type of food: Plant-based Popular dishes: Green and Yellow smoothies, avocado and cookies ice cream, pumpkin tinaktak Favorite spots: East Hagåtña beach park across East Island Tinting Contact number: 487-5683 Facebook: @ZsGreenCanteen Instagram: @zs_greencanteen

For convenience, a group of food trucks come together between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday nights in Hagåtña so that customers can have options. On Tuesdays, the food trucks are located behind the Guam Museum, towards the end of the courtyard. On Thursdays, they set up at the former auto dealership lot behind The Venue. 19

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