Ena’s Caribbean Kitchen is dishing out jerk chicken and shrimp and other island fare from a new food truck.
Sixty-eight food truck operators are spread out across Columbus Commons, offering a wide variety of Ohio-grown and produced foods that you normally find in a restaurant, but can enjoy outside.
After five rounds of online voting, the results are in! 64 of the top local food trucks were narrowed down to one winner, which was announced live on stage at the Columbus Food Truck Festival yesterday afternoon:
After a more than six-month hiatus for truck repairs and a mental break, he’s back serving it three days a week from Mya’s Fried Chicken food truck, parked in a lot at the corner of North Broadway and North High streets in Clintonville.
Festival organizers made a point to focus on local vendors this year, says longtime organizer Connie Everett, ensuring there is no shortage of clean, natural foods.
Mya’s Fried Chicken is back!
The rise in debit- and credit-card use — at food trucks, at coffee shops, in taxis and elsewhere — is increasingly exposing customers to screens with tipping suggestions, which in turn are compelling them to add tips more and more often.
Columbus Food Adventures, a food tour company that began operating in Ohio's capital in 2010, offersnine different food tours, two of which focus specifically on food trucks: a Taco Truck Tour, and a more general Food Truck Tour.