The city of Montgomery is bringing in food trucks to enhance the dining experience for people working downtown. The first one will be at the old State House Inn location off Madison Avenue -- that's where it's required to park.
My Food Park HTX is open for both lunch and dinner, with a variety of the city's best food trucks rotating in and out every day
This was a pretty good kasha knish, but it was kept under heat too long. The crust was somewhat crispy, which we like, but the exposed kasha on top was hard too. That’s a no-no.
The spaghetti and pesto were cooked together for a little while in another pan, then put into a container. After the steak was added on top, she poured the juices from the steak pan over everything, and it was quite juicy.
Customers will be rewarded with Halloween goodies and are encouraged to show up in costume at what is being called "Truck or Treat" between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
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.
Rosie’s Italian Grille has introduced a food truck, The Rolling Chef, to make stops around Toledo for lunch.
The food-truck invasion continues. Starting today, with more to come on Monday, Sept. 30, downtown workers will have another quick-lunch option
The idea of a food truck is popular in Birmingham, especially for the middle-of-the-day, lunch crowd.
Burgers, cupcakes, tamales, pho—so many options, so few yards apart. Since July, the parking lot next to what was once Meridian on St. Emanuel has hosted trucks serving lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. weekdays.