More than 20 food trucks rolled into Worcester's Elm Park on Saturday bringing with them a raw bar, a brick oven for pizza and also a beer garden to hungry foodies.
A fleet of food trucks rolled into the city last week and opened for business in a courtyard beside City Hall, where they served up tacos and teriyaki and a full plate of controversy over whether they'll be good for traditional downtown restaurants and sandwich shops or siphon off their fair-weather customers.
Cambridge may soon allow food trucks in the city on more than just a temporary basis.
A golden truck will soon be rolling around Suffolk County, offering healthy meals to children in need.
The first annual Holliston Food Truck Festival is just around the corner.
The Italian restaurant is the latest from the team behind neighborhood hangouts Lincoln Tavern and Loco Taqueria.
Medford Square will soon be filled with chicken plates.
"What I'd like to see ... is like a food truck court, or a food truck festival, out at the end of MacMillan Wharf."
Food trucks from across the state are being invited to park in the back lot and serve exclusively to Whiskey on Water patrons on a weekly rotation. The owners say they've partnered with some trucks already, including the popular Worcester truck The Dogfather, but are inviting more to apply.
We knew it was only a matter of time before someone in America attempted to raise money for an EDM food truck on Kickstarter.