This region for years has prized its trendy and innovative side — from the shiny, modern performing arts center that resembles a seashell to the custom homes that look more Malibu than Midwest to the streetcar that is near completion.
he Food Truck Fare brought in six local food trucks for a few hours on Thursday. People then got to vote which is their favorite. The winner gets to claim a spot on 'food row' next summer at the fair.
The team behind the Le Tigre food truck are just about a week out from opening up their first permanent restaurant, Torafuku, and the modern, playful space is almost ready for hungry diners.
The appetite for Walla Walla’s food truck movement continues to grow.
Food Truck Fridays was their first effort to do that, now they'll be offering a six week class for people hungry for a spot in the food truck business.
What is Canada’s food truck capital? Well, it’s not Toronto or Montreal, which have both between a little slow to embrace the street food trend.
While you’re having fun at Creve Coeur days, you might spot this big truck from Pyro Pizza.
There were several tight races as of Friday afternoon, but the votes have been tallied and round-one winners emerged in our Food Truck Fight.
What Hay thought was a passing interest has firmly taken hold in Columbia. In 2011, the city issued seven food truck permits. Today, that number has nearly doubled to 13, down slightly from a high of 15 last year. Experts predict more will roll out.