Tag: California

Emeryville, CA: 3 Perks Food Trucks Offer CRE Owners

The fancy food truck movement has evolved to include cities across the country that aren't generally known for gastronomic diversity.

Los Angeles, CA: The Chairman, a San Francisco Chinese food truck, just opened a...

The Chairman, a food truck and restaurant from San Francisco that specializes in Chinese-style steamed and baked baos, has opened a branch in the downtown Arts District.

Sacramento, CA: Raley’s Rolls Out Mobile Food Truck

Raley’s Family of Fine Stores has embarked on a new partnership with food truck operator Flavor Face, which will source all its food from the local grocery chain.

Los Angeles, CA: Food truck review – Cousins Maine Lobster always draws a crowd

Shrimp tacos are popular, and in my opinion a better choice than lobster tacos, whose delicate shellfish sweetness tends to get lost among the bright notes of pico de gallo and cilantro-lime sauce.


The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will be returning to Irvine Spectrum this Saturday, February 6 from 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. in the Giant Wheel Court.

San Mateo, CA: County devises new food safety program

The county’s health system began rolling out a new restaurant placarding program this month. The signage will be going up throughout the first half of 2016 at more than 3,000 restaurants, mobile food trucks, bakeries, schools, health care facilities and some convenience stores in the county.

Los Angeles, CA: Pho, Spam musubi and more emerge from the window of this...

The broth is usually accompanied by rice noodles, slabs of brisket, slivers of beef and meatballs.

San Francisco, CA: San Francisco’s hottest Hong Kong food truck considers heading home for...

She’s been selling authentic Hong Kong street food in San Francisco for the last 3 years: now Nikki Ma is considering coming back to join in the new wave of food trucks rolling out across town

Sacramento, CA: Dining review – Food truck satisfies Maine lobster craving

Cousins’ menu, which features lobster tater tots and lobster tacos in flour tortillas, more closely reflects Stephen King’s strong-accented, working-class Maine than the idyllic, L.L. Bean-catalog image of the state. Maine holds large vacation homes with stunning views, but also (heavily weather-proofed) trailers with no views. That some of the best lobster in Sacramento comes from a truck seems fitting.

Los Angeles, CA: When Foodie Met Truckie – The Story Of Food Trucks in...

THE go-to app for food truck everything -- to walk us through the history of where LA food trucks have been and where they’re going... which he thinks is essentially the history of a long term relationship