Councilman Rob Fong is expected to direct city staff to re-examine current ordinances related to mobile food vendors.
A crowd of nearly 10,000 swamped midtown's Fremont Park on Saturday for the Sacramento Mobile Food Festival, hungry for food trucks and sending a message that Sacramento is ripe for a mobile food scene.
As Doctor Who might say, “Food trucks are cool”. And right now they are. And tragically unhip Sacramento is missing out on some great food. It’s also missing out on the economic pie.
I’m going to be honest here, I didn’t know if I had room for the third burger, but I couldn’t resist I had saved the best for last or at least I thought, they all were so good.
Emphasis seems to be on, at least in the media, how fast the orders are cranked out to feed a long line of people at a busy stop.
Davin Vculek cruised his Mini Burger food truck through downtown Sacramento, prowling for state workers who wanted a quick lunch.
The newest food craze sweeping the nation is popping up right here in Sacramento--food trucks.
Often mistaken for "roach coaches", they're actually clean, quality restaurants on wheels, buzzing with impressive culinary activity. From lamb sliders to wood-fired pizzas, succulent porchetta sandwiches to sensational desserts, gourmet food trucks are taking most major U.S. cities by storm.