Food Truck Tuesday is a phenomenon that is in major metropolitan cities such as Phoenix, Austin, and San Diego.
Food trucks are not a new phenomenon, but operator of the Taco Loco truck Andrew Mercado wants to help cultivate the culture in Fairfield.
The food truck phenomenon has allowed creative cuisine to flourish in cities across the U.S. without some of the costs associated with running a restaurant. They’re most often found in big cities, but Northwest Indiana features some notable entries, particularly in Porter County
More than 40 food trucks gathered in Francis Field to serve up lobster rolls, shaved ice, Thai food, burgers and other creations. People wandered through the rows of food trucks amid the heat as a band played on a stage nearby.
By now, food trucks are a mainstream phenomenon, one igniting cravings countrywide. Offering a tasty reason for a themed vacation, some cities take portable vittles to new heights.
Freightliner M2 106 truck, a 20-foot shipping container and two-and-a-half-ton Neapolitan brick oven
"It's great late night food," McConnell said.