Tres Latinas

652 Andover Street
Lawrence, MA 01843

Fusing Venezuelan American cuisine: Tres Latinas serves authentic dishes with a twist

Tres Latinas LLC is a Latin cuisine food truck located in Lawrence, MA. Below, the owners share some details on their business and the importance of supporting local.

Describe your business

Tres Latinas LLC is a women-owned and women-run food truck business. The owners Yosi, Eli, and Vero, are three friends from Caracas, Venezuela, with a passion for sharing their delicious arepas with everyone. The dream began more than ten years ago, and it became a reality during the pandemic.

What makes your business unique?

These Tres Latinas, married to three “gringos”, love to cook and create new authentic dishes such as buffalo or “burger” arepas, creations that unite the American and Venezuelan cultures. Yosi, Eli, and Vero also maintain the tradition of their country by making well-known cheese tequeños with exquisite garlic sauce, meat and chicken empanadas, cheese cachapas, and the most traditional desserts such as quesillo and tres leches.

What does your business look like?

We are a food truck that operates across multiple cities within MA. We have a steady spot at the Elks Lodge parking lot in Lawrence; we operate Thursdays and Fridays from 11 am to 2 pm. The best way to find our location is to follow us on social media.

Why is it important to support businesses like yours?

Latinos come from all Central and South American countries, and Latin food is more than just tacos. So, we think it’s important for people to learn more about Latin American culture.

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