Food trucks are widely becoming a way for chefs to express themselves in an innovative way
Gourmet is the name of the game in two food trucks that have been popping up at Stark County sites and events in recent months. Both the Stone Pelican Rolling Cafe and Denostas Wood Fired Grille are owned by professionally trained chefs, and their menus feature diverse dishes, from lamb chops to vegan wraps.
Four Seasons officially joined the food truck craze on September 16 with the launch of its first food truck tour.
Food trucks are the perfect opportunity for enterprising chefs to create innovative eats.The movable food vendors have been a hot topic in Saskatoon, where city council just recently approved the venture. One of the first to confirm his truck, Dan Walker (the owner of Weczeria) will be running Joy Ride, with a globally inspired menu.
The success of Walnut Wednesday, which regularly draws 1,500 lunch-hour fans to East 12th and Walnut streets, is spurring three new downtown gatherings, two sponsored by neighborhood development groups and one by the city itself.
The Great food Truck Race is gearing up for its fourth season, and they're looking for new contestants for the show.
The modern food truck has a founding narrative rooted in the Great Recession and the emergence of social media.
An event hosted by an avant-garde Greenville restaurant in support of food trucks is expected to draw hundreds of people and will feature guests chefs from out of state.
Restaurants may have customers, but food trucks have groupies. And no wonder: Gourmet food on the move, from sustainable local sources, and at reasonable prices? Bring it on.