“When you come into this area we light the whole neighborhood up,” Grayson said. “You can smell the food cooking. It’s not fast food; I call it a ‘quick grill.’ You have to settle for fast food. I don’t want people to settle, I want them to eat well.”
This Saturday is the grand opening for the event, featuring music by Blue and Lonesome, as well as three food trucks — Street Chefs, Tacos Gringos and Fired Up Pizza. Barb’s Brittle, one of the brick and mortar businesses at Lake Ella, will also have a mobile cart stocked full of ice cream.
The Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) today announced that it will host its fourth Mobile Food Vendor Fair at DBPR headquarters in Tallahassee May 10, 2013. The Florida Lottery will be a special guest at the Fair offering giveaways including scratch-off tickets and live entertainment will be provided by the local band Off Meridian.
Build your appetite for an event benefiting an organization that builds homes for people in need.
What matters here is location, location, location. We’ve got the Capitol behind us, we’ve got session going on and we’ve got a bunch of hungry people
The site was enhanced with a temporary gravel strip to ease access and reduce wear on the site. The City also installed electric service, which allows up to six trucks to connect to and operate off of without the use of generators. Picnic tables have been placed on site to allow for a casual, outdoor dining experience.
The opening drew plenty of hungry state workers and elected officials who were given the opportunity to try the first bite of foods from five different trucks. Tallahassee Food Truck Association President Rebecca Kelly said she's grateful city commissioners gave the trucks the opportunity to set up shop somewhere new
The varieties of empanadas are a staple food item at the Turnover Café. One of itsempanadas is filled with ground beef, onions and olives, topped with powdered sugar.
“No commissary,” or "home-base restaurant" if they’re fully self-sufficient.
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