Food Truck Now Open at Satsop Business Park

November 2019 - Have you been looking for a quick and affordable option for lunch? Elma’s Taco, the business park’s first taco truck, is now open on Tower Boulevard!

"Our family is excited to offer authentic Mexican food to the area," noted Alexandra Lezama. Alexandra and her mother, Gema Arredondo own and operate the business along with Gema’s husband Jorge.

Looking at the menu you will be able to choose between several authentic favorites including tacos, burritos, tortas, and quesadillas. The breakfast menu includes your choice of breakfast burrito. "Our goal was to create a menu with quality options to serve to our customers," commented Alexandra.

This latest food truck is the first taco truck to locate at the business park. It’s an example of the growing workforce and demand for easily accessible dining options in the area.

"We are so excited to welcome Elma’s Taco to the business park, and we hope that others will come up on the hill to enjoy what they have to offer as well," expressed Manager of Business Development Alissa Shay.

To order from Elma's Taco, you can find the food truck at 43 Tower Boulevard, Elma, WA 98541 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m

Satsop Business Park, a facility of the Port of Grays Harbor, is less than 2 hours southwest of Seattle and 2 hours north of Portland. Located in scenic Grays Harbor County in Elma, Washington, the 1,800 acre mixed-use business and industrial park is approximately 30 minutes from Olympia and the I-5 Corridor. Boasting much of the only Class A office space in Coastal Washington, the business park offers a wide variety of commercial office space from Olympic Mountain view single office suites to full turnkey buildings. With over 500,000 square feet in available warehousing and manufacturing space, the Satsop Business Park is the premier place to do business on the Coast.

Mother and daughter team Alexandra Lezama and Gema Arredondo pose next to their new food truck at the Satsop Business Park

Mother and daughter team Alexandra Lezama and Gema Arredondo pose next to their new food truck at the Satsop Business Park

Alissa Shay