I fell in love with the rotisserie on the back of my trailer as soon as I saw it, and from that time I envisioned it as a barbeque pit. It called my name and said “you’ve got to do this!” I love grilling and smoking. I’ve always loved barbecue, and when I finished with the Tex-Mex restaurant, I found myself freed up to pursue this and other ideas.
Fishin’ Ships, which opened its window earlier this month, thanks to a Kickstarter campaign, is the city’s only “ocean-to-table” fish and chips food truck. Brown, a Bar Harbor native, and Gorelick, a transplanted Philadelphian, use fish like hake, pollock and redfish, which, unlike cod, have stable populations.
Ann Arbor restaurateur Sava Lelcaj is ready to take on her newest venture, five months after she opened a Spanish tapas restaurant downtown.
One3Five Cuisine truck is gone from its corner at the Montgomery County Farm Women’s Cooperative Market.
Later this month, that dream will become a reality when the Heights couple opens their restaurant location at 903 Studewood, at the former site of Big Mamou.
Guests can opt to customize their own frank as well, starting with a natural all-beef, Polish sausage, brat, chicken sausage, or veggie dog, wrapped in a brioche or pretzel bun, and with a choice of sauce and toppings.
The Asian Invasion tacos reminded us of a time when food trucks were still a mostly West Coast fad, and when Roy Choi’s Kogi truck first introduced the world to the idea of bulgogi, a slightly sweetly Korean-dressed, grilled meat tucked into a taco.
A posse of food trucks is scheduled to turn out for the weekend, ranging from the decadent hot dogs of Quick Dog Catering to the fresh, sliced fruit of Mona’s Fruits.
The food truck is available for any event from company meetings, to concerts to graduation parties. In fact, Swensons officials say the food truck is popular at wedding receptions.
By Claire Boston, Shannon Elliott | Columbia Missourian COLUMBIA — After a year of planning, Bryan Maness finally rolled his food truck into town Thursday. After driving it up from Florida, Maness hopes to have his truck — emblazoned with his orange-and-brown Ozark Mountain Biscuit Company logo — on the streets for a series of […]