Columbia Basin College is joining forces with the Pasco Specialty Kitchen for another round of Mobile Vending college courses.
One of the Dine Out Vancouver Festival’s most anticipated events is back for its fifth year.
A Vancouver food truck experience is more communal than dining in a restaurant,” points out Ng. “People mingle and have conversations while waiting in line to order and when waiting for their food. You’ll also feel the buzz of the city so much more because you’re on the streets, often interacting directly with the food truck operators. It’s a fun experience and great for those who enjoy an edgier experience!
Food truck Shell's Coastal Cuisine, which serves Florida- and Caribbean-inspired fare, will stop service after this week, ending a run of four-and-a-half years.
Back for a fifth consecutive year, Street Food City will once again bring together a collection of Vancouver food carts in one central location.
Columbia Basin College has paired with the Pasco Specialty Kitchen to offer training on the food truck business.
"Cuban culture is a little bit more loud and inclusive, in that if you're invited over to someone's house, you bring your whole family and everyone's there," she said.
The Lourdes Medical Center in Pasco kicked off their Food Truck Friday to help raise money as part of Breast Cancer Awareness.
Sunday night's two-hour season finale of "The Great Food Truck Race" stopped briefly in St. Louis before declaring its winner in Chicago.