Sixty-eight food truck operators are spread out across Columbus Commons, offering a wide variety of Ohio-grown and produced foods that you normally find in a restaurant, but can enjoy outside.
After five rounds of online voting, the results are in! 64 of the top local food trucks were narrowed down to one winner, which was announced live on stage at the Columbus Food Truck Festival yesterday afternoon:
Five of these artful trucks and their talented chefs will visit Van Wert this Saturday, July 11, as part of a new summer event, Eats on the Street & Art from the Fort.
Six food trucks from Columbus, The Paddy Wagon, Coldstone Creamery, Pitabilities, Schmidt's Sausage Truck, Phillybuster and Sticky Fingers, lined the north side of the Courthouse from 5 to 10 p.m.
After a more than six-month hiatus for truck repairs and a mental break, he’s back serving it three days a week from Mya’s Fried Chicken food truck, parked in a lot at the corner of North Broadway and North High streets in Clintonville.
Forty food trucks (including the Explorers Club Food Truck) and thousands of foodies will gather this August in Springfield for the Springfield Rotary Club’s Second Annual Gourmet Food Truck Competition.
The Kentucky-based food truck POLLO and its owners — husband-and-wife team King and Selena Johnson — aren’t in Jeffersonville on a whim.
Mya’s Fried Chicken is back!
Food trucks are introducing new flavors, excitement and risk to Louisville's cuisine scene.
By Debbi Snook | Cleveland.com It's not supposed to get above 60 degrees today, so some hot food from a hot food truck may fit...