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Judging from our (admittedly) small sampling, most trucks will keep on rolling through the winter months showing up on street corners and in business parks. But it's hardly the same as the spring and summer boom times.
Join us for an afternoon of great eats, drinks and entertainment, featuring local food trucks, live music and more!
The lineup of trucks offers a diverse menu. Everything from crepes to cupcakes and bagels to beer will be offered. This is the third season of Food Truck Friday will need all 16 of the truck if it hopes to beat last year's season attendance of over 16 thousand, and with a line up including 4 of the nation's top 101 food trucks, as rated by restaurant review website Daily Meal, they have a chance.
Food on the go has a different meaning to Robbie Tucker and Lauren "Lulu" Loomis. The couple own and run Lulu's Local Eatery food truck, a mobile cafe built from a used Snap-On Tool van. They pop up at hospital and company parking lots during lunch hour, as well as farmers markets, outdoor festivals and private events.
The inspiration was we grew up the majority of our lives in Bombay. It's so famous for its street foods. There are only a couple of restaurants here that provide something like it, but nothing with the same taste.
It's a rustic style, but we're still using all the local ingredients from the Hill. Simple, fresh ingredients...as much as we can we're going to use a lot of local stuff. Pepperoni and meats from Volpi Italian Foods, Provel for a little bit just to fit the theme, but then we'll do some other cheeses too.
Bombay Food Junkies, a new food truck featuring vegetarian and vegan Indian cuisine. The wife-and-husband team of Krupa and Sid Panchal plan to serve pav, a sandwich-like dish that Krupa told us is the most popular street food in Bombay (or Mumbai, as the city is now known).
Mission Taco Joint will bring “a fun, casual spot for really great Mexican street food and some amazing cocktails and craft beer” to the heart of The Loop
Papa Tom's was one of the first of the new generation of St. Louis food trucks. It launched in March 2011 as Papa Tom's Gateway Dog House, serving food from a trailer attached to a vintage pick-up truck
The bread I get is made fresh, vegetarian (no eggs), no preservatives