Lakeland, FL: Food Truck Rallies in Lakeland Continue to Draw Crowds, Despite the Skeptical...
The food truck rallies also bring thousands of people who walk through downtown. Many of them notice restaurants they haven't seen before, so they end up bringing the family back the night night.
Hollywood, FL: HipPOPs Handcrafted Gelato Bars- Food Truck Interview
"handcrafted awesomeness" handcrafted gelato on a stick that can be customized with unique dips and toppings
Lithia, FL: Food Truck Rally at Osprey Club is Back!
The rally will give locals a chance to try local mom and pop businesses that serve up the most creative and distinctive food.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL: Crave Food Truck – St. Augustine’s Newest Healthy Alternative
The food truck has been opened since July, and offers organic sandwiches, wraps, salads and fresh fruit smoothies
Brooksville, FL: Louisiana Native Serves Up Authentic Cajun Dishes from a Truck
The sauces are available for dribbling or pouring at Cajun in a Truck, where featured as full entrees are the jambalaya, gumbo and bisque, plus shrimp etouffee pockets, po' boy sandwiches and sides including boudin balls of ground pork seasoned with the trinity and traditional spices, rolled in panko crumbs and flash-fried.
Sarasota, FL: Food Trucks Plan for Loss of Picnic Site
If the city approves construction of Payne Park Plaza in the coming weeks, as staff has recommended, the trucks that frequent the picnic will have to find a new place to park during the lunchtime hours.
Jackson County, FL: Firefighting Mayor also Runs a Food Truck
The name of his new business is emblazoned on the side of the bread truck he converted. It’s called Firefighter Foods, and some of his sandwich offerings have firefighter-related names.
Pensacola, FL: City Council to Weigh in on Local Food Trucks
By Contributor | Wear TV The Pensacola City Council will also discuss regulations on food trucks tonight. Right now there's typically one food truck that parks...
Lakeland, FL: Lakeland Food Trucks Getting Mixed Reviews
Vendors from all over roll out some of their best cuisine on the second Thursday of every month, but some store owners say the trucks are affecting business.
Pensacola, FL: Food Trucks are Not Unique to Pensacola, but Need Reasonable Regulations
Food trucks aren’t unique to Pensacola. They successfully co-exist with restaurants all over this countr