SactoMoFo 6 was filled with numerous dishes such as Mac n’ Bac n’ Fries from BaconMania, shaved ice desserts from Hawaiian Shaved Ice or chocolate covered waffles topped with ice cream, strawberries, whipped cream and Nutella from Volkswaffle California.
Ordinances have been at an absolute stand still since last September when the City of Sacramento’s Law and Legislation Committee put a kibosh on those pertaining to food trucks on the street. Nevermind that a group of food truck owners, restaurant owners, and City staff had worked all summer long to come to an agreement that they were willing to abide.
The McClellan restaurant will begin serving lunch only, he said, but could expand its hours if demand warrants.
When you place the order via the app (or through Faceback if you like Chando’s fan page), it rings like an old-fashioned phone at the restaurant, where a small display screen lists the order. After we placed our order, we received a message on our phone telling us the time the order would be ready
SactoMoFo mobile food trucks come together every second Thursday of the month.
It’s starting to feel like spring, the sun’s shining a bit more and Daylight Savings is about to start. You know what that means … time for a food truck festival!
Krush Burger, Drewski’s and other mobile food trucks will be at Lowe’s Feb. 13.
By Chris Macias | Sacbee.com Here’s a tip of the chef’s toque to the Munchie Musings blog, which first reported this news. Drewski’s Hot Rod Kitchen, the popular local food truck, is in the midst of a significant expansion mode. Look for asecond Drewski’s truck to hit the road in about eight weeks, says owner Andrew Blaskovich. He purchased the GMC [...]
“It’s such an epic part of the community. It’s at the center of what makes Sacramento so cool.
The public has clearly signaled that it wants Food Trucks