Across Cincinnati, 2015 was the year of the food truck, and it looks 2016 will be the year many of those food truck owners open brick-and-mortar restaurants.
The Greater Cincinnati food truck fleet is growing: more pizza, more burgers and, best of all, more kinds of food, from Korean to kebabs. The trucks are cruising festivals, setting up outside bars, and parking in office parks at lunch.
C’est Cheese is a food truck dedicated to serving up gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, soups and home made pickles. All of their items are made to order while you wait. Best of all, these are no ordinary grilled cheese sandwiches.
Food Truck Wednesday is moving to Boston Avenue United Methodist Church this week and July 31 due to landscaping at Guthrie Green, according to Josh Lynch of The Dog House.
The Mobile Food Vending Program, which was first piloted in 2010, was passed into law last week, and in 30 days it will allow new food truck zones in Over-the-Rhine as well as a streamlined application for vendors.
Taste of Cincinnati is also adding food trucks to the event—local food trucks will be taking over North Broadway just off of Fifth Street.
Mobile food trucks will soon have more vending options
The menu at the restaurant will differ slightly from the food truck, with some items taking on a new form.