The Greater Cincinnati food truck fleet is growing: more pizza, more burgers and, best of all, more kinds of food, from Korean to kebabs. The trucks are cruising festivals, setting up outside bars, and parking in office parks at lunch.
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The festival will host several independent and chain food trucks. Gigi’s Cupcakes will be in attendance, as well as the White Castle Crave Mobile, Burgers and Red Plate Blue Plate, which features southern coastal cuisine like shrimp and grits and watermelon salad. Pizza Mike, a Westerville food truck featuring pizza and pasta, will be rolling through as well.
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In addition to food, from cupcakes to french fries, the festival offers onsite beer sales, a raffle, music and kids games.
The food truck is available for any event from company meetings, to concerts to graduation parties. In fact, Swensons officials say the food truck is popular at wedding receptions.
A variety of food will be served up at the food truck rally. Some of the trucks will serve serve desserts, such as cupcakes or shaved ice, while other will focus on main courses, including pizza, burgers and waffle sandwiches. Variety is part of the appeal of a food truck rally.
The lunchtime music-and-food fest is sponsored by the City of Cleveland and takes place on Public Square every from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Tuesday in August and September.