Food trucks have been all the rage in the food industry during the past few years. The restaurants on wheels — which usually pack plenty of style with funky names and unconventional eats — have become mainstays in big cities.
Busy this Saturday? This is just the first of such events slated to occur regularly in this eclectic, emerging neighborhood.
We found out a few days ago that 2008 Vendy Cup Winner, Calexico Carne Asada, will be expanding into Philadelphia.
"We should be trying to do everything possible to draw the creative crowd, and the creative crowd loves food trucks," said Satterlee, a self-described foodie. "We're not going to be Philadelphia or New Orleans, but we could be significant in the smaller cities in Pennsylvania. It's not going to happen without food trucks."
e starts with bagels from South Street Philly Bagels in Queen Village and offers build-your-own sandwiches based on a spread such as cream cheese, peanut butter, a vegan tofu and nut spread, tuna salad, or egg salad.
What the Fork serves American modern cuisine, the focus of which has recently become pulled pork tacos thanks to the contest, but before even discussing the food it has to be noted that, at this point, What the Fork isn’t just a food-touting truck – it’s a driving force of personality.
Philadelphia, PA: The Food Trust’s Sensational Night Market Philadelphia Street Food Festival Heads To...
Each event this year brought out thousands of attendees and dozens and dozens of food vendors, all to showcase the host neighborhoods and Philadelphia’s brilliant food truck scene.
Read on for our guide to the music, arts and food of this day-long tune-filled affair.
Antinore took the time to refine his recipes before launch, and his turkey balls actually won the amateur prize at last fall’s Swedish Historical Museum Meatball Contest.
The Brighton Heights Citizens Federation office was in Joan and Pete Bellisario's house for years until May 2012, when the all-volunteer board moved into a former hair salon on California Avenue.