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Novato, CA: Novato Food Truck Customers Help Fight Ebola

Frantz Felix, owner of the Caribbean Spices food truck, posts a sign for his fundraiser menu item at Off the Grid in Vintage Oaks Shopping Center in Novato on Thursday. Some items were marked up 1, with the money going to fight Ebola. (Alan Dep — Marin Independent Journal)

Nine trucks sell food from 5 to 9 p.m. in Vintage Oaks behind the Old Navy store, a weekly event coordinated by Off the Grid, a San Francisco-based mobile food event company.

Mobile, AL: Food truck frenzy entices crowd in support of Mobile Baykeeper (Mike About Town)


Despite blustery conditions, Cooper Riverside Park was alight with folks of all ages Wednesday night, in support of the Mobile Baykeeper nonprofit environmental organization

Wolfville, CAN: Food Trucks roll into Devour Film Fest in Wolfville Tonight

Jeff Harper/Metro

Six food trucks will be serving up localy-grown and produced food in Wolfville tonight.

New York, NY: NYC Food Truck Lunch – Bao From The Kaya Cart

(credit: Perry R.)

They serve bao, which is what Fun Buns NYC serves. That might explain why the Kaya Cart doesn’t venture into Midtown.

Wichita, KS: Best Food Trucks in Wichita


Best Food Trucks in Wichita

Houston, TX: Enjoy All-You-Can Eat Bites at the Best Damn Food Truck Festival Ever

Photo courtesy of Katmania Crepes

Hunker down on all the food you can consume from 20 food trucks at the Best Damn Food Truck Festival Ever happening on Washington Avenue on Saturday, November 15, 2014.

Fairfield, CT: Tipsy Cones Ice Cream Food Truck – Alcohol + Ice Cream = Yum


A new food truck is rolling into Fairfield County and this is some serious scoop!

St. Augustine Beach, FL: Beach Food Truck Trial Period Extended Three Months


Even though St. Augustine Beach Commissioners and city residents continue to disagree on the food truck issue, they can agree that change is coming to the community where the vendors are concerned.

Toronto, CAN: Giles Coren’s Culinary Tour of Toronto

At a food truck outside Toronto City Hall, Giles Coren, restaurant critic (left), gets an earful from Mayor Rob Ford (who since lost his reelection bid).

The Times of London’s powerful, acerbic restaurant critic Giles Coren has been touring a handful of North American cities — places he readily admits he knows little about — and directing his trademark piercing critiques at the local food scenes. It’s for a reality TV show that he originated, and in keeping with his media personality of supersized ego, has named “Million Dollar Critic.”

Los Angeles, CA: How America Became a Food Truck Nation

By Jonthan Gold  | If you want to see what eating in Los Angeles is like, beyond the gold-plated Beverly Hills bistros and the bottle-service clubs that count the Kardashians among their clientele, you could do worse than to pull into a deserted parking lot late at night, check the coordinates on your iPhone […]