Four newly licensed food trucks are hitting the streets of Chicago, and one is bringing an onboard barbecue smoker with it.
Every day we go out, we have a set schedule, because it is breakfast and people like to know what they're gonna get, so we let them know in advance, but we gotta find that spot every morning
Health food this is not. But the all-American allure of the hot dog endures.
Coley’s Cooler parked downtown Thursday to sell hot dogs and ice cream during the lunch hour, becoming the first food truck to set up shop in Rockford since the City Council lifted a ban on such operations in June.
Why wait 45 minutes for your pizza to bake on fabulous summer day when you could chow down outside—in parks, even.
Don't worry! Even with City Council's new food truck zones and regulations, your favorite street-side snacks aren't going anywhere.
The illusive breakfast of champions -- a beautiful thing invented, but not satisfied by, a bowl of Wheaties. By the time you hit the snooze button three times, throw the alarm on the floor altogether, roll out of bed, skip the shower and head to work there is hardly time for any breakfast at all.
The Plant, Chicago’s vertical garden, is hosting its second annual Food Truck Rally on Saturday, July 27.