Gourmet food trucks have been popping up everywhere, and recently they have become increasingly popular in Salt Lake City.
Tthe blue-collar lunch carts that originated the mobile-food movement still yield some surprising treats, such as the incredibly authentic tacos ($2.50) aboard Orale Taqueria Mexicana.
Channel 3 News has learned that city council could soon be considering legislation that would designate new food truck parking zones in downtown Cleveland.
Last month’s “Chow Down in C-Town” food truck event in Tremont was so popular, there was an encore event Sunday in Lincoln Park.
Cinnamon Snail is renowned for their organic, vegan pastries which Sobel makes fresh daily.
"Food trucks are hot all over the U.S. right now, thriving in places as diverse as Portland, Austin and even Columbus," says Lizzy Caston
Julie Sheehan cooks out of and drives Torta Truck, her Italian-food business that she started in November, a few months after Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker gave public assurances that the city’s food-truck ordinances would be loosened.