In The Bag taco truck rolls into old Destin Diner lot

Published: Friday, June 7, 2013 at 02:18 PM.

Both the salsa and the guacamole at In The Bag are old family recipes, which Larraga and Sanchez say means a lot to them to be able to share with the public. All of the food in the truck is made from scratch, and made fresh each day.

Whatever items are not used get taken home at the end of each day, and the team starts new.

In The Bag has taken its operation from Scenic Hwy. 98 in Walton County to the inaugural Blazefest concert in Niceville, as well as the parking lots of both Nightown and The Swamp.

They purchased their food truck, which was an old Snap-On tools truck, in January and completely retrofitted the inside into a mobile restaurant. It's complete with sinks, plenty of storage, a refrigerator, charbroiler and a flat-top griddle.

"We completely tore it apart," Larraga said, adding that they spent almost 18-hours-a-day for a month straight perfecting the truck.

"It has everything we need," Sanchez said.

In The Bag is open daily from 12-6 p.m., or later depending on business, Monday through Saturday. Find them on Facebook and Twitter, or on the web at

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