Two lines formed in Holy Hound on Wednesday night: One was for the downtown bar's craft beer, and the other was for tacos typically sold out of the back of an El Camino.

Taco Camino -- the brainchild of Roburrito's owner Robert McGrath -- is hosting pop-up shops in Holy Hound twice a month and hopes to also soon have one at The Depot.

"We're hosting pop-up shops during the winter, and we'll take the El Camino out again when it gets warmer at the end of March or beginning of April," said Sara Lyon, general manager of Roburrito's in Springettsbury Township and catering manager for the chain.

Taco Camino grew out of an idea McGrath had to dress up in wrestling gear and serve fresh tacos out of the back of the Chevrolet truck.

"Some might have thought it was a joke at first, but it's been going really well," Lyon said.

People tend to raise an eyebrow about the menu -- not that the food is typically sold out of the back of an El Camino, she said.

"We sell authentic Mexican food, so it's not always what most people here are used to seeing in a taco," Lyon said.

Taco Camino sells four tacos at its pop-up shops: green bean, braised steak, chicken and pork. All are priced two for $6 and made with a white corn tortilla, onion, cilantro, lime, salt, pepper, a green mild sauce or red hot sauce.

"People are sometimes a little hesitant to give it a try. But once they try it, they think it's amazing and come back for more," Lyon said.

A complete schedule for its next pop-up shops has not been confirmed. To learn more about the pop-up shops or the business, like Taco Camino on Facebook.

"We're adding dates every day. It has been very busy. We've been around a while, but business has really been picking up," Lyon said. "People are really starting to have fun with it."

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