First Friday Food Truck Festival (FFFTF) is back for 2015.
Another sign of spring is making a comeback on Friday, as food trucks return to Georgia Street.
A food truck in Indianapolis is changing its name, but unlike what has been suggested by some reports, they are not being forced to do so by a celebrity chef.
The food offerings include sandwiches made with Turano bread that are flat-top grilled or baked. A favorite is based on a pulled pork recipe handed down in West’s family.
The food truck phenomenon has allowed creative cuisine to flourish in cities across the U.S. without some of the costs associated with running a restaurant. They’re most often found in big cities, but Northwest Indiana features some notable entries, particularly in Porter County
Hungry, Inc. features a variety of fresh, homemade sandwiches, salads, and soups
First Friday Food Truck Festival
Trucks are allowed to stay as long as they want on private property with the owner’s permission, but if they’d like to park downtown, they must follow parking rules like anyone else.