The Valley food truck event will run from 4 to 8 p.m. and feature more than 15 trucks, plus beer and wine, various ciders, live entertainment, professional face painting and more.
I have a confession to make. I have never been to a food truck rodeo! Although rave reviews and mouth-watering photos of Rochester’s trendy and unique food trucks regularly appear on my social media feeds, I’ve never fed on any of their delights!
The first is the region’s oldest category of mobile dining: taco trucks serving traditional taqueria eats. The second is a list of trucks with semipermanent locations or regular serving spots. The third is a list of what I call “floater trucks.” Those are trucks you’ll encounter at public gatherings or festivals.
This Saturday, Toledo will celebrate its first Food Truck Fest. But if the city council passes new regulations on the popular dining option, it could be its last.
For this inaugural festival, local restaurants and food trucks will gather to compete in three competitions: Best Overall, Best Classic Burger and Anything But Beef.
Old Town residents, workers and visitors will have more lunch options Tuesday through Friday. There will be two food trucks parked at the MAX Downtown Transit Center.