When his food truck the “Stone Pelican Rolling Café,” hit the road in the summer of 2012, it was the start of a plan he developed nearly 20 years ago, shortly after beginning a career with the Adult Parole Authority at the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.
Gotta love Mayor Don Plusquellic.
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.”
C’est Cheese is a food truck dedicated to serving up gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, soups and home made pickles. All of their items are made to order while you wait. Best of all, these are no ordinary grilled cheese sandwiches.
The idea to purchase a food truck was intended to alleviate pressure off the existing stores, which have been pumping out burgers for special events in addition to their regular loads.
Cleveland's business and residential communities continue to demonstrate an appetite for food trucks, with the addition this year of three lunchtime events serving as the latest examples of that demand.
We want to keep things local, so we are currently sourcing a brand that is local to Cleveland to provide us with hard packed ice cream
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.
A look at the Chubby Chickpea in Canton.
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.