Spotsylvania County is hosting the Courthouse Village Food Truck Rodeo
Newly elected state Sen. Jeremy McPike passed his first bill in the Virginia Senate Tuesday: A measure that would allow food trucks to sell their wares in Northern Virginia commuter lots.
Council voted Tuesday to allow food trucks in the city of Portsmouth.
Alexandrian Meghan Baroody, owner of Meggrolls, is trying to raise $25,000 to take her food truck business to the next level.
The menus for the two trucks will feature street food inspired by various cultures from around the world, including India, Vietnam, Korea, Latin America and the southern United States.
Residents will now be able to find food trucks in more Blacksburg locations than ever before.
At a legislative meeting last November, city councilors bemoaned the results of the food truck pilot program, which saw just seven trucks operate in the city last year and was set to expire at the end of 2015.
With mobile food trucks, freshness is a big part of the appeal. People can see their food being made and local food trucks try to get as much local produce and meats as possible.
The two own and operate the popular food truck Farm Fresh Fixins in and around Staunton.
Scott Horne’s mobile eatery, you may inhale hickory notes from smoked pork butt, earthy aromas from a pot of braised kale, or the sweet fragrance from a peach-bourbon bread pudding.