Category archives for: Ohio

Cleveland, OH: Seti’s Polish Boys – Michael Symon’s Favorite!

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The Seti Polish Boy starts with the sausage being slow grilled. Then once you place your order it is then quickly deep fried before being added to the bun with hand cut french fries, their homemade bbq sauce and cole slaw. Although not totally traditional Seti’s offers chili and cheese as options to your Polish Boy.

Cleveland, OH: Dim and Den Sum

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Dim and Dem Sum has a short menu, but it is filled with flavors and quality ingredients one would not expect to find at a food truck, and especially not in blue collar Cleveland.

Columbus, OH: New Rules Coming for Food Trucks

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The new regulations set up areas in which the trucks can set up, including in public right-of-ways. Before Monday’s ordinance, that was not allowed.

Oberlin, OH: Food Trucks to be Allowed?

Photo provided by Casey Silverstein Oberlin College students line up to buy tasty treats from North Coast Toast one of the two times it was in operation before being shut down by the city

Oberlin’s economic development department is working on drafting a set of regulations that would allow the tasty treat vendors to come to town.

Canton, OH: Denostas Wood Fired Grille and Stone Pelican Rolling Cafe Bring A New Meaning to Food Trucks

Staci McLaughlin takes food orders.

Gourmet is the name of the game in two food trucks that have been popping up at Stark County sites and events in recent months. Both the Stone Pelican Rolling Cafe and Denostas Wood Fired Grille are owned by professionally trained chefs, and their menus feature diverse dishes, from lamb chops to vegan wraps.

Oberlin, OH: Oberlin Food Truck Business Hits Road Block

Jeremy Reimnitz, left, and Casey Silverstein, both Oberlin College juniors, stand in front of their food truck, and mobile business, North Coast Toast, on Nov. 9. KRISTIN BAUER/CHRONICLE - See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/11/15/oberlin-food-truck-business-hits-road-block/#sthash.DucxHJXG.dpuf

The community should have a late-night food option. … I think we’re providing something that’s extremely cheap. We source all of our food options locally

Toledo, OH: Rosie’s Rolls out Rolling Chef food truck

Rosie’s Italian Grille owner Phil Barone with his mother, Rosie, and the restaurant’s new food truck. Photo courtesy Phil Barone

Rosie’s Italian Grille has introduced a food truck, The Rolling Chef, to make stops around Toledo for lunch.

Akron, OH: Another Food Truck Friday

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Akron Radio Center hosted yet another great Food Truck Friday.

Cincinnati, OH: The Food Truck List

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Here are all the food trucks and carts you can expect to see at the Cincinnati Street Food Festival 2013 in Walnut Hills

Vandalia, OH: Food Truck Rally on Friday in Vandalia

Bill Castro of El Meson in West Carrollton shows K99.1 FM (WHKO) The Breakfast Club host Nancy Wilson the brightly-painted food truck that honors the Castro family’s Colombian heritage. (Staff photo by Connie Post)

Barbecue, Cuban food and fried foods are just a taste of what attendees of Vandalia’s first Food Truck Rally can expect to try on Friday, according to Rich Hopkins, city spokesman.