Jacksonville, FL: Jacksonville’s food truck boom creates a related business: Food truck servicing centers
The first couple of structures are up, but what Bob Fleckenstein envisions is 58 carports big enough to hold food trucks. He’s calling it Food Truck City.
As food trucks become increasingly popular all across the country, a new hub for mobile eateries opens Friday in downtown Jacksonville.
The fourth annual Jacksonville Food Truck Championship is from 4 to 9 p.m. Saturday at The Jacksonville Landing.
Northeast Florida is crazy for its food trucks — more and more of these rolling restaurants are popping up from downtown to Julington Creek and everywhere in between.
Starting this week, Arlington-grown food can be found anywhere in Jacksonville — just look for Berry Good Farms On the Go’s food truck.
The Food Court will be near Beach Boulevard and Carmichael on the Southside. Hashem says he'd like 3-5 food trucks each weekday for lunch. For business customers, an old store on the property is being renovated to accommodate business meetings while customers enjoy their food.
For the big eaters out there, try “The Bombshell”. This is a ½ pound burger sandwiched between two bacon grilled cheese melts, topped with grilled onions and served with a side of Baby’s special sauce. Talk about a burger! If you’re not into eating beef, Baby’s also offers a turkey and veggie burger
Regulation on health compliance is done at the state level, but it is up to the City to decide when and where the food trucks can operate. Countless food truck owners attended the meetings because they were shocked at Brown’s first proposal.