Over 50 food trucks will be on-site serving up everything from crepes to burgers, and Full Steam and Triangle Breweries will be on-hand as well.
Chirba Chirba Dumpling, whose cheery yellow food truck has become something of a rolling landmark in Durham, is parking it for one night and teaming up with Aviator Brewing Company to open a pop-up restaurant in the Belt Line Station event center.
The Mobile Global Bistro menu focuses on Mediterranean/coastal, Californian fusion and Asian bistro-style dishes such as Vietnamese banh mi sandwiches. Benson said she uses locally sourced ingredients whenever possible, and incorporates “amazing” sauces and condiments with each dish — many of which she makes herself.
The food-truck invasion continues. Starting today, with more to come on Monday, Sept. 30, downtown workers will have another quick-lunch option
Fayetteville officials say they want to begin regulating so-called food trucks, and trailers, because they are a growing alternative for a meal on the go.
The Mooresville man’s kitchen on wheels, The Homegrown Crepe, sells just what its name implies. And it's seen a lot of miles in the past year, riding all over Iredell and Mecklenburg counties to serve up made-from-scratch crepes.
There were a variety of things to choose from, ranging from a Thai food truck to a “mobile cupcakery” and a food truck that served only crêpes. The cold noodle and spring roll dish I got from Hot Box “Next Level Street Food” was a fairly sized portion of an Asian “pasta salad” of ramen noodles and various veggies, with the spring rolls this week being filled with duck and blood orange. I found both to be delicious, and wish the lines hadn’t prevented me from trying the many other offerings at the event.