Mobile Cuisine is an online trade magazine that covers the mobile food industry; we cover the industry as a whole and have strayed away from covering one specific region of the country.
With that said, there are numerous blogs across the country that cover specific cities and regions where food trucks operate. From New York to Miami and Toronto to Dallas there are bloggers that cover the gamut of mobile food businesses. This poll has been set up to find out which local mobile food blog is the favorite in North America.
Last year, our winner was Alex Levine’s Food Truck Freak out of Chicago. Can she retain her title or will another blogger be able to take the title from her?
To find out, we have listed the Top 17 local food truck blogs. Your job is to vote for your favorite.
This poll will run through Friday, November 8th (11:59 PM Central Time). Once the votes have been tabulated, the winner will be announced. The winner will be able to claim the title of Favorite Local Mobile Food Truck Blog as well as have the chance to be part of a feature story here at Mobile Cuisine that delves into the individuals who run these blogs and why they write what they do.
So help us spread the word for your favorites.
List of local mobile food blogs as well as links to their sites:
Atlanta Street Food Coalition – Atlanta, GA
Austin Food Carts – Austin, TX
DFW Food Truck Foodie – Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
Food Carts Portland – Portland, OR
Food Trailers Austin – Austin, TX
Food Truck Fiesta – Washington DC
Food Truck Freak – Chicago, IL
Hub Food Trucks – Boston, MA
Looking for Food Trucks – Los Angeles/Orange County, CA
Miami Food Trucks – Miami, FL
Nashville Food Truck Junkie – Nashville, TN
New York Street Food – New York, NY
San Diego Food Trucks – San Diego, CA
Seattle Food Truck – Seattle, WA
Street Food Columbus – Columbus, OH
Street Grindz – Hawaii
Toronto Food Trucks – Toronto, Canada
The Poll is Closed!!!
We apologize to those bloggers we may have missed. There are many mobile food blogs that didn’t meet our criteria for this contest as many bloggers cover other topics than mobile food, have not posted in the last month, or have their blog solely set up as a Facebook page.