2 definitions by Oakland Latinos United

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Taco Trucks are food trucks that trace there origins to Mexican and Latino Neighborhoods in the SouthWest in cities like Los Angeles and Oakland. they usually park in Parking lots or on street corners. there menus are usually small they mainly sell Tacos Tortas and Burritos at a Cheap Price.

Oakland California is the Capital of Taco Trucks in Northern California they are usually found in the Fruitvale district of East Oakland but also you can find Taco Trucks in West Oakland North Oakland and even Downtown. the first Taco trucks in Oakland started in 1983 With El Zamorano then by 1985 Mi Grullense set up shop in the Goodwill Parking lot on E14th st and 29th ave. today there are so many Taco trucks in Oakland like Lupitas Tacos Sinaloa Ojo de agua El Taco Oaxaco Tacos Mi Rancho Tacos El Gordo and so many more. Taco Trucks in Oakland have become so Popular that even Travel Channel Chef Anthony Bourdain came to Oakland and did a segment on Oakland Taco trucks for his show no Reservation.
Vato 1. where you going After the Side show

Vato 2. I'm going to the Taco Truck on 22nd ave bruh

Girl 1. where we gonna go after the Club

Girl 2 . we going to the Taco truck Girl the one on 29th ave at Goodwill.
#taco trucks #oakland #los angeles #southwest #mi grullense #el zamorano #dirty 30s #fruitvale #east oakland
by Oakland Latinos United December 24, 2012
Jingletown officially known as Kennedy Tract. A neighbor in East Oakland located in the Fruitvale district at the bottom of Fruitvale ave or 29th ave or 23rd ave almost to Alameda. seperated from the rest of Oakland by the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks and the 880 freeway.

The area Got it's name because in the early 1900s many Portuguese and European and Latino workers that worked in the many Industrial jobs where paid in Change and there pants would jingle when they went home.

By the 1980s and 90s Jingletown became notorious for Gangs and Major Drug dealing. Gangs like Jingletown and E7th st and many Latino Drug dealers had made the area pretty dangerous. many shootings and homicides happened during that era.

In the 2000s the area began to experience a lot of Gentrification many of the old Factories and warehouses went out of business and where either turned into Liveand work lofts or where torn down and Condos were built instead. although there are still a lot of Latinos in the area. many white Artist Yuppie hipster types are now living in Jingletown messing things up for Latinos and Working class people.
E7th st Chapman st Ford st Glascock st are all part of Jingletown even if the people on that side don't admit it lol.

Vato 1. "You from Jingletown".

Vato 2. "Naw i'm from E7th st".

Dude one. "where you from in the Town".

dude 2. "i'm from Jingletown"
#jingletown #east oakland #portuguese #chicanos #latinos #mexicans #e7th st #chapman st #e9th st
by Oakland Latinos united December 18, 2012
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