They're convenient, inexpensive and the food is challenging brick-and-mortar establishments with high-quality, creative and delicious offerings.
A “food truck trailer park” planned for Lower Greenville will start construction late this summer.
Two months ago, we wrote about how the national food cart trend has largely bypassed Idaho.
That spiffy sea-foam green food truck you may have seen tooling about West Palm in the past two weeks is certainly worth chasing. It’s the Curbside Gourmet, a take-out window on wheels, dispensing some pretty outstanding “street food.
Food trucks have popped up all over the country, even garnering enough attention to warrant national competitions itching to crown the next Food Truck King. For instance, on The Food Network’s new reality show “The Great Food Truck Race,” food trucks from across the country compete to sell the most food to patrons, with the champ winning $50,000 to help his or her business.