Tag: Food Carts
the food truck is launching! We have a rough schedule right now of where we are going to be, but we will obviously be updating our social media where and when the new spots will be.
Made with big, all-beef Nathan’s hot dogs, these $6 bacon-wrapped beauties are served on a semi-sweet Portuguese roll and topped with the standard grilled onions and bell peppers — then loaded up with everything from the traditional (ketchup, mustard and mayo) to the cross-cultural (sesame seeds and teriyaki sauce) to the throwback (guacamole, cilantro, lime), which pays homage to the piled-high Sonoran dog.
Their "Tashi" wrap is filled with mozzarella, arugula, tomatoes and eggplant paste and is spiced with Asian sesame salt. This unique combination of ingredients wrapped in a freshly made flatbread really does it for us.
Philadelphia has many hip and trendy restaurants, but it also has equally delicious food trucks that travel all over the city, each with their own personality and flavor. Read ahead for our picks for the best food trucks in Philly.
Food trucks are being trialled at Seaworks Maritime Precinct in Williamstown for the month of July, in a move that has upset traders.
Old faves and new contenders: who's serving up what where. And is Gastown Grill the best-kept secret in town?
Church Street Marketplace will host “Food Cart Wednesdays” the first four Wednesdays in July.
Five months later, he opened Big Skis Pierogis, a Polish food cart that offers a rotating selection of 30 pierogis, of which five to six are available on any given day. After beginning in a lot on SW 14th Street , Big Skis has since moved up the street to Goodlife Brewing, where it sits on the edge of the brewery’s beer garden.