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Philadelphia, PA: Food Truck Festival rescheduled to Sunday

The Food Truck Festival at VF Outlet Center has been rescheduled to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. because of Saturday's forecast of heavy rain.

Philadelphia, PA: City’s mobile cuisine eaten and honored

The hot and humid weather did not dissuade the crowds, as an estimated 1,000 people packed the bridge over five hours.

Philadelphia, PA: Oink and Moo Food Truck to Open Brick-and-Mortar in Philadelphia

Local favorite Oink and Moo BBQ food truck is just a few weeks away from opening the doors to its much-anticipated storefront located in the Bridesburg section of Philadelphia.

Philadelphia, PA: Temple, City Council look to organize sea of food trucks

The locations of each truck would be designated by university and city officials. Clarke wants the plan in place by the time students return for classes in the fall.

Philadelphia, PA: Five Philly food trucks serving up the healthy stuff

These trucks offer fresh variety and nutrition every time

Philadelphia, PA: 5 Food Trucks You Need To Try

From halal food to cupcake trucks, Philadelphia’s food truck scene is superb. We all have been in a situation where you have a $10 bill in your pocket, but you save it so you can splurge on your favorite food truck on campus.

Philadelphia, PA: Tonight on South Street West – First of four Night Markets

Food isn’t the only thing being served. On 15th, 16th, and 17th Streets Yards Brewing Company will be out and about pouring their selected styles for the evening.

Philadelphia, PA: Havre de Grace Food Truck Wins at Tri-City Competition

Laughing Crab scooped up first place for seafood at Philadelphia food truck festival.

Philadelphia, PA: FYI Philly – Taste of of Three Cities Food Truck Festival

We have everything from BBQ to bakery items to Wisconsin Cheese curds to Egyptian food to dumplings. You name it we have it.

Philadelphia, PA: Feast your eyes on over 60 Food Trucks in Philadelphia this weekend

“It’s always a great win, especially when you’re in a new area,” he told me. “You know, a lot of people, especially on the east coast, aren’t familiar with what a cheese curd is. It’s kind of like a religion out in the midwest, but on the east coast it’s not quite up there with cheesesteaks and pretzels.”