Cleveland, OH: Roaming Hunger Website Adding Cleveland to Food Truck Search Engine – Restaurant Row

Cleveland will become the 35th city served by the Roaming Hunger website, which helps users find the whereabouts of their favorite area food trucks. (Courtesy, Roaming Hunger)

By Joe Crea   |  Cleveland Northeast

Cleveland will become the 35th city served by the Roaming Hunger website, which helps users find the whereabouts of their favorite area food trucks. (Courtesy, Roaming Hunger)
Cleveland will become the 35th city served by the Roaming Hunger website, which helps users find the whereabouts of their favorite area food trucks. (Courtesy, Roaming Hunger)

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Wondering where your favorite food trucks are parking in Northeast Ohio? Soon, the new Roaming Hunger website can help you find them.

When it’s up and running, visitors to the site — roaminghunger.com — can click on the “City Maps” icon, find “Cleveland,” then link to photos of the 40-plus food trucks that traverse streets in Northeast Ohio. Click on any of those and you’ll get background on each business, the day’s location, menus and more.

“The Rock-n-Roll capital of the world supports over 40 unique trucks that cater to every palate imaginable,” says website founder Ross Resnick in a media release. “[They] give the city a unique range of mobile offerings.

According to Roaming Hunger, the site will go “live” online Thursday, Sept. 19. An iPhone app will also be available.

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