That Sunday, The Village Grill will host the Star City Truck Stop, with 10 vendors and their accompanying smells wafting about the parking lot, confusing dogs and [some] people.
It was a great opportunity for many food truck vendors to introduce themselves to some new business.
It took a while to finally come together and to remodel the vehicle itself as a rolling kitchen but Dave Trinkle’s “Fork in the Road” food truck has finally joined a growing fleet that can be found outside local microbreweries, at festivals and local businesses.
Viva La Cupcake is now mobile.
For this inaugural festival, local restaurants and food trucks will gather to compete in three competitions: Best Overall, Best Classic Burger and Anything But Beef.
The Noke Food Truck is known for parking in different locations around the area and serving up delicious tacos and crepes.
Anybody who’s been keeping an eye on food news around Roanoke and the New River Valley has probably noticed that several food trucks have opened for business over the past year or two. It’s an exciting trend and I’m thrilled to see it growing here in Southwest Virginia.