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Traverse, MI: Customers Flocking to Food Trucks

Down on Front Street, there’s a busy corner where dozens of customers are taking advantage of a variety offered by four different trucks.

Long lines are forming as customers check out what food trucks rolling into Traverse City have to offer. Down on Front Street, there’s a busy corner where dozens of customers are taking advantage of a variety offered by four different trucks.

Houston, TX: Houston’s New Food Truck Park Opens with A Big Crowd Bang — and EaDo Enjoys the Love

Yummy'z and Muiishi Makirittos were but two of the food trucks on hand at the grand opening of the city's new food truck park. Photo by Julie Knutson

Foodies descended upon an empty parking lot Saturday for the grand opening of Houston’s long-awaited first food truck park.

Phoenix, AZ: Phoenix-Area Food Trucks Grow, Expand, Change Dining Scene

Diners queue up for lunch at Ají Mobile Foods at the ASU Food Truck court in Tempe.
PHOTO BY: John Samora/The Arizona Republic

It started as a localized trend, but over the past three years, food-truck dining — a newer segment of the Arizona restaurant industry — has blown up into a Valley-wide movement.

Burlington, VT: Trying Out the New South End Truck Stop

by Matthew Thorsen

Wai, and the food-truck vendors, are hoping that kind of excitement will keep diners coming back weekly to the Truck Stop. Wai promised more vendors — double the trucks next week, in fact — and shorter wait times in the future.

Raleigh, NC: Downtown Food Truck Rodeo Wrangles Up Thousands of Customers

Thousands came out on a beautiful spring afternoon to enjpoy the goodies at a food truck rodeo Sunday, May 12, 2013, in downtown Raleigh.
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“The waits have been crazy long all day,” North Raleigh resident Roxanne Hoover said as she waited in line for Parle-vous Crepes, one of the more popular trucks. She said she’d been in line for nearly 45 minutes.

Las Vegas, NV: Food Celebration Reaches Masses

The Maine Lobster Lady receives a constant flow of customers at the festival. PHOTOS BY MICHAEL HIDROSOLLO/THE REBEL YELL

Trucks gather to introduce their own unique culinary creations to attract audiences in the local community

Tulsa, OK: Lone Wolf Food Truck Pleases Sell-Out Crowd at Guthrie Green


No doubt, there was a little stress involved that morning as Philip waited on his wife, Danielle, to bring back a distributor coil from an auto parts store so they could make it to the Green’s Food Truck Wednesday event – the first of what organizers hope will become a summer tradition.

Arlington, VA: Food Truck Climate Warms Up in Arlington

A customer purchases lunch from one of the hundreds of vending trucks that set up shop along the streets of Washington, DC. (Photo credit: PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Food trucks in Arlington will have a whole two hours to sell their goodies now, as the county board unanimously approved doubling the previous one-hour parking limit Tuesday.

Hollywood, FL: Food Trucks A Big Hit in Hollywood

Chef Paul Litwin, of Hallandale Beach, prepares "The Caveman" taco at BC Tacos during the Monday night food truck roundup in Hollywood. (Staff photo by Eric Bojanowski)

Patrons sit nearby waiting for their orders beneath bright yellow umbrellas as the cook prepares their dishes. On the other side of the grass, a line waits outside of the Ms. Cheezious grilled cheese truck, and there are about 20 other trucks filling the plaza with a range of specialties.

New York, NYC: Street Eats – Jerk Chicken Platter from Veronica’s Kitchen

(credit: NYSF)

Lunch from Veronica’s Kitchen was very enjoyable, and we look forward to trying some of her other dishes when the opportunity arises.