This fall, local food carts and trucks stationed at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center campus throughout the week offer students a welcome reprieve from dining hall food.
Food trucks are continuing to grow in popularity in Central Ohio, and an increasing concern for many is the regulation of the industry.
Rizzo’s Eats uses fresh ingredients, the menu continues to evolve with the changing of the seasons
In addition to food, from cupcakes to french fries, the festival offers onsite beer sales, a raffle, music and kids games.
Challah’s cheeky logo — its name emblazoned across a ready-to-scream-into megaphone — nudges us that challah is pronounced how some East Coasters (Challah’s two-woman crew formerly lived in NYC) might say “holler.”
Columbus has a lot of food trucks. If you’d like a worry-free overview of some of the best of them, we’d encourage you to join us for this tour.
Who better to help the hungry find quality food trucks than Bethia Woolf and Andy Dehus, the indefatigable tour guides behind Columbus Food Adventures? Their recently debuted food truck tour is an ideal primer for those ready to see what fine truck dining can be.
Trucks must be licensed, pass inspections. According to the new rules, owners of food trucks must pay for a commercial sales license, and the trucks must pass inspections from the Division of Fire and Columbus Public Health, as well as a safety inspection from the Department of Public Safety's licensing section.
Some owners want the city to reserve the metered spots just for food trucks during certain hours of the day. Mills said the city is considering that.
The non-denominational pastor from New Orleans moved to Bellevue last August with his wife and their 8-year-old twin sons.