For those interested in beer and spirits, there will be a Singha Beer Garden — complete with kegs, four cocktail bar stations and wine tasting at the Cupcake Winery’s mobile lounge. Those in search of non-alcoholic refreshments can head to stands like Pressed Juicery, Honest Tea, Jarritos and ONE Coconut Water. Handsome Roasters and The Coffee Bean will provide caffeinated pick-me-ups.
A San Francisco restaurant was forced to close this week after complaints that the area surrounding the Bacon-centric food truck smelled too strongly of the popular breakfast food.
Every Tuesday diners can feast on al fresco grab-and-go grub at a nightly food truck market.
They have 14(!) different types of sliders to choose from on the menu, each named after an American city. You get 3 sliders of your choice and a side of fries for $10. There are 5 different types of fries to choose from too.
The idea—a joint effort with CommCinema and a team of other contributors—was to blend an outdoor movie-watching experience with live music and food from participating food trucks leading up to the screening.
The churro was about 10″ long, was coated with sugar, had dulce de leche on top, and chocolate sauce oozing out the sides. We cut the churro in half to share with my friend, which made it ooze out even more.
The crackling chocolate coating on top had just the right amount of give without shattering, and concentrated chocolate flavor that contrasted with the fluffy peanut butter filling. The cream stuffing was simultaneously velvety, gooey, and just peanut-buttery enough, without that eating-straight-from-the-jar intensity.
Five-thousand plus local residents are expected to attend the First Annual “The Main Event” A Dozen gourmet food trucks have committed to the event.
Saucy Girls debuted their food at the Turlock Farmers Market last season, where they had a booth and smaller menu. Now they have a bright-purple truck with the slogan “Prepare to be saucified” that parks near South Broadway and A Street each Friday morning to feed hungry marketgoers.
One thing we don’t have in NYC is a Brazilian food truck (or cart). That’s an awfully big country not to have representation on the NYC streets. Sure, there’s Little Brazil, a block of West 46th St, but we need something like Ta Bom.