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This Mexican Snack Shop In California Has Gotten So Popular, People Wait 2 Hours

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Swirl Fiesta is a frozen yogurt shop like no other. Of course they have the typical frozen yogurts and delicious toppings that you would expect from any yogurt shop, but this spot is changing the game. Not only can you cool down on a hot day with some froyo; you can also elevate your snack time with incredible elotes. But make sure you leave enough time. This place is so popular that people are reporting wait times of 1 to 2 hours.

Swirl Fiesta is a one-stop shop for anyone craving a Mexican snack in Riverside, Calif.

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From elotes and tostilocos…

Come celebrate "TOSTILOCO TUESDAY" with us ???

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…to frozen yogurt and raspados…


Swirl Fiesta has everything anyone could need to make their snack time a special time.


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But make sure you leave enough time.

Read Elena M.‘s review of Swirl Fiesta on Yelp

According to reviews on Yelp, Swirl Fiesta has been inundated with orders resulting in waits up to 2 hours long.

But, what should one expect when going to a place to order Hot Cheetos and Takis elotes.

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The question is: Would you be willing to wait two hours for a Takis elote?

TOSTI-LOCO TUESDAY?? Check out the cool creation @__scotty came up with,straight fiyahhhh. ? ? @__scotty

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Check out this review of Swirl Fiesta’s Flamin’ Hot Cheetos elotes.


READ: If You Love Mexican Candy, This Yogurtland-Like Place Is Heaven

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The Days Are Numbered For These Iconic Food Trucks In The Santa Ana Area

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The Days Are Numbered For These Iconic Food Trucks In The Santa Ana Area

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Santa Ana, California’s loncheras aren’t just food trucks. Whether they’re serving a bowl of belly-warming pozole, or selling plastic toys and Takis for the children (or those young at heart), the loncheras are an extension of the community they serve. Tourists and regulars alike photograph their time at the loncheras, sharing them on their social media accounts. Each snapshot capturing the charm and smiles that can only come after enjoying the experience these trucks provide.

Unfortunately, as OC WEEKLY points out, Santa Ana’s city council has its regulatory targets set directly on the community of food trucks in the Santa Ana area.

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For now, the loncheras remain, but if these strict regulations are handed down, the days of these trucks are likely numbered. This will put at risk the income of a large section of the local population in Santa Ana and it will remove a crucial part of the culture and community as well.

The OC Weekly has a great slide show featuring photos of the hardworking men and women who make the loncheras possible. Check out the the link below.

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READ: A Community In Oregon Showed A Taco Truck Owner That They Don’t Just Love Her Food

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