On Saturday, June 18, expect 55 gourmet food trucks to roll out to Inland Empire for the first-ever IE Food Truck Fest at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario.
Camille Dierksheide, a 1995 graduate, has made a name for herself in Virginia for her environment-friendly solar-powered crepe truck business.
The competitors are the Red Hook Lobster Pound and Solar Crepes, both of which fought hard to make it to the finals.
This Friday, come hungry to The Magic City Casino for the first street food festival. The event, which will be held in the casino's parking lot from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., will feature free parking, music, giveaways and 25 trucks, serving up lunch and fun.
On Sunday, Union Station was packed with crowds flocking to treats from a flotilla of food trucks, including Komodo, Border Grill, Gourmet Genie, The Munchie Machine, and Crepes Bonaparte.
Planet of the Crepes spends its days serving an array of sweet and savory crepes. The food trailer is run by Jessica Kraus, the former pastry chef at Harvest Restaurant, the Grill at Hacienda del Sol and both Zona 78 locations. She makes incredible crepes. You should go try one.
Seems everyone in Miami is hungry for sustenance on wheels these days. And mobile food courts are the rage. This week a few of the meet-up locations are changing.