On Tuesday, Larkinville had food trucks from Buffalo and Rochester serving up tasty options
Larkin Square is extending its Food Truck Tuesdays, welcoming popular Rochester food trucks back to the unparalleled collection of street food options the event represents.
The Taste of Buffalo runs through 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. along Delaware Avenue from Chippewa Street to Niagara Square in downtown Buffalo. Don't forget the 30th birthday party finale happens at 3:30 p.m. in Niagara Square!
One of Buffalo's original food trucks is driving off with an expansion. Founded two and a half years ago, R&R BBQ was the second food truck in Buffalo, after Lloyd's Taco Truck.
I called it Hot Off the Press because it’s a play on words,” she said. “I thought about doing the design like newspapers, but I wanted something bright and colorful.” Burke says she designed the logo, which she hopes will become popular on area streets and at summer events like the Niagara Falls Music and Arts Festival.
A lot of trial and error. A couple of the menu items were just what we thought would work and we went for it. We had a couple focus groups before we opened. We tried to get the most brutally honest people we could. We weren’t sure about the Holy Moly at first [guacamole, sriracha, cilantro] but now it’s our second best seller.
"Canalside Food Fight" kicked off a season-long cooking competition between several food trucks. The organizers of Buffalo Soup-Fest started the series.
Rich Products Corporation, one of Schwan's suppliers announced a recall pertaining to several of their food products last week.