Milwaukee’s food trucks have slowly been rolling out — on the rare day this spring when the weather has cooperated — and a new truck called Simmer is due to join their ranks May 6.
We’re starting to hear back from vendors who have been off the road for the winter.
Because with the warmer weather comes the repopulation of the city's parks and outdoor spaces, including the High Line, which begins its food vending on Friday, April 19th. And it's going to be much more than salad!
My only beef with the festival is that it doesn’t find a way to incorporate the Front Street parkade and newly constructed Pier Park. If this idea gains traction and the weather cooperates, you can expect it to draw huge crowds.
Another reason we can't wait for the weather to warm up is the launch of The Ice Kitchen
The Hopping Pita’s launch has been slightly delayed by recent weather developments, but it’s close, Stephan said.
Although it’s wet and freezing outside, there is lunchtime bustle around the food trucks at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Plum Street in downtown Olympia. People are even lined up.
Charlestown Food Truck Festival at the Pier 4
Here's a quick roundup of who will be out this week.