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Tag: vegan options

Richmond, VA: Food truck startup cooks up Southern-style favorites with vegan spin

By Jack Jacobs | BizSense Traditional Southern cooking is about as far from veganism as you can...

Philadelphia, PA: Another Food Truck Finds A Home In West Philly

Taco Angeleno will offer three kinds of tacos, plus specials that will vary daily. Vegan options will also be available so everyone can grab a bite of the goodness.

Raleigh: Best Food Truck

With the recent legalization of food trucks in Raleigh the hype surrounding these culinary cruisers has never been greater.

Farmer’s Market, Food Truck and More May Actually Make You Want to Eat at...

Airport officials just released their decisions on who is going to score the coveted leases for 2012, and it looks like the airport is getting burgers, vegetables, and even a food truck.

Philly: Memphis Taproom’s Beer Garden and Hot Dog Truck Official Opening

The mint-green hot dog truck will serve up an 11-strong hot dog list with toppings from the usual sauerkraut and onions on the Bigos Bambu to the atypical nori and pickled ginger on its Carlifonia Uber Alles.

Providence: Mama Kim’s Food Truck Comes to Brown

If you’ve walked by the SciLi in the past couple of days, you may have caught a whiff of the mouth-watering aroma coming from Thayer Street’s newest addition: Mama Kim’s Korean BBQ food truck.

Sugar Yummy Mama: Another Food Truck Enters the Scene, and This Time it’s a...

This week, Sugar Yummy Mama enters the blossoming Miami food truck scene, offering high quality cake balls, cupcakes, and shooters to South Florida's eaters.

A Guide to Vegetarian & Vegan Options From Miami’s Food Truck Scene

With the animal fat freely a-flowin' on most local food trucks, what's a meat-eschewer to do? While Miami's mobile food scene continues to grow, it's still behind other cities' in its lack of vegetarian options. The Raaga Cart showed promise during Art Basel especially, but its owners have day jobs and it hasn't been seen around much since.