Tag: Eat St

Boise, ID: Food Trucks Forage for a Place to Park

Food truck pods are already commonplace in cities like Austin, Texas, and Portland, Ore. In addition to offering a centralized street eats space for consumers, pods also provide basic infrastructure like picnic tables, lighting, bathrooms and sometimes even stages for live entertainment.

Nashville, TN: Cooking Channel Show ‘Eat Street’ to Spotlight Nashville Food Trucks

Food truck fans have four chances to appear on the Cooking Channel show while they film. Be sure to arrive before noon each day. Lunch is served from noon-2 p.m.

Phoenix, AZ: Not a Single Phoenix Food Truck Made the Cut for the Daily...

The first one to come to mind would be Short Leash Hot Dogs. It achieved the impossible -- every food truck owner's dream -- and made the leap from mobile to mortar for goodness sakes! It's been featured nationally on television and in print, which is one of the criteria the Daily Meal says it looked at.

Miami, FL: Miami Fourth Best Food Truck City in America

Miami's food truck scene is alive and well and, apparently, a destination choice for hungry travelers, according to two prominent online food-and-travel sites.

Ottawa, CAN: Showdown at the Eat Street corral

Ottawa City Hall is a place, I suspect, where politicians are more accustomed to circling wagons than food trucks.

Ottawa, CAN: Food Truck Scene Puts Ottawa on the Map “in a Very Big...

I’m very proud to say Ottawa is now a leader in terms of the food truck revolution

Vancouver, CAN: Vancouver Ranked Third Best Street Food City in North America

The Vancouver street food scene gets better each season and the world is taking notice. Vancouver’s food trucks were recently ranked third in Travel + Escape’s list of “Top 5 North American Cities for Trailer Food.”

National News: Eat St’ Episode Features Mojo Grill’s Miami Food Truck

Hands down, it’s probably the best little food truck we’ve never seen. And that’s because it never seems to make it up to this area; guess it’s always too busy down south in Miami.

Houston, TX: Houston Food Trucks Featured on Eat St. – We Compile Our Own...

Although the Cooking Channel was ostensibly created to air the kind of cooking-oriented shows that the Food Network used to air -- remember those shows where chefs actually showed you how to make food?

Toronto, CAN: Keep on Trucking – Mobile Food Carts are here to stay, says...

Mobile food palaces are popping up everywhere. Many of the trucks featured in the new season were not even in existence a couple of years ago, Cunningham points out.