Finding the Messy Cheesy Gourmet Food truck is the tricky part. Finding things to like on its menu is a no-brainer, as long as you're not looking for an especially healthy lunch.
Under current law, food trucks can only sell their customers pre-packaged food, but a proposed ordinance, sponsored by Ald. Scott Waguespack of the 32nd Ward, seeks to allow vendors to prepare their product inside their trucks, as long as they abide by specific health standards.
They started up their food truck business back in December 2010 and technically is one of the first food trucks in Orlando with this type of food truck business marketed via social media, and outside of all of the long time hispanic food trucks that have been around for years in Central Florida.
Cheesy Food Truck will be serving up a series of creative cheese-centric dishes (including a grilled mac & cheese sandwich and the “mashed potato martini”) out of a bright orange truck at 1614 Mistletoe, across the street from Baylor All Saints hospital and right down the street from the offices of Fort Worth South, Inc.
It'll be the first totally meatless truck to hit the local mobile food scene. And with most menu items also available in vegan, and even vegan gluten-free, formulations, Mac'n is set to open its inclusive arms to a whole new set of food truck patrons.
Today, we have confirmation from Chief Cheese Griller/Owner James DiSabatino that, yes, his grilled-cheese truck will hit the streets tomorrow. Oh yes.