Onel is living his dream of running a Cuban food truck, taking his wife, Pam, and their daughter Mariah along for the ride. They're hoping to start a following for their authentic dishes wherever they go.
On their first day in Santa Monica, Tyler challenged the teams to sell $200 of their signature dish to gain an advantage in the race. Unfortunately the team came in last, selling only $20 worth of food.
On elimination day, The Guava Tree Truck ended up in the bottom two alongside Pho Nomenal Dumplings. But moving on to Flagstaff, Ariz., wasn't in The Guava Tree Truck's future, and it was the end of the road for Onel, Pam and Mariah.