Want to make sure your favorite food truck is in the running to be declared the Best Food Truck in Greater Cleveland? You have just a few hours left to nominate!
It's June, the month with the longest days and some of the nicest weather. Standing on line at a food truck is not such a bad thing.
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One of this year's new Walnut Wednesday food trucks, Hatfield's Goode Grub, joins today's list of 20 trucks, bringing their history of cooking for a very different crowd.
Food Truck operators, who typically work Walnut Wednesdays once or twice a month, will have to keep rolling when security zones are established from Cleveland`s Convention Center all the way to the Q.
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By Debbi Snook | Cleveland.com It's not supposed to get above 60 degrees today, so some hot food from a hot food truck may fit...
Can't get downtown for the big food truck gatherings on weekdays? Not to worry this weekend, when your craving can be satisfied by 7-9 trucks each day at the E. 9th Street pier.
The Seti Polish Boy starts with the sausage being slow grilled. Then once you place your order it is then quickly deep fried before being added to the bun with hand cut french fries, their homemade bbq sauce and cole slaw. Although not totally traditional Seti’s offers chili and cheese as options to your Polish Boy.