Weekend Food Truck Roundup Sept 30 – Oct 2

Weekend Food Truck Roundup Sept 30 – Oct 2

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In Mobile Cuisine Magazine’s quest to keep our readers up to date with the latest stories relating to the food truck industry has compiled a list of the stories that hit the wire this weekend.

Sept 30

Food trucks: Now more to choose from in San Diego – SAN DIEGO, CA – On any given day, hungry San Diegans craving a quick, appetizing lunch that doesn’t involve a trip to the cafeteria or the nearest fast-food outlet can sign on to their Twitter and Facebook accounts and within seconds find a nearby food truck peddling upscale comfort food, ethnic cuisine, barbecue and even dessert.

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Cleveland food truck legislation expires in November – CLEVELAND, OH – City working on permanent rules

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Track That Truck! Suzy Singh’s Haute Collaboration – CHICAGO, IL – You may recognize Suzy Singh as one of the top 4 contestants of the television show Masterchef, but she’s making a new name for herself in the burgeoning Chicago food truck scene.

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Oct 1

The Food Truck Revolution Revs Up, With a Little Help – SAN FRANCISCO, IL – Like many San Franciscans over the past few years, Matt Cohen had a foodie dream: to run a food truck, serving the ramen noodle dishes he learned to prepare in Japan.

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Lost and found: The tale of the missing food truck – MIAMI, FL – The rolling stone food truck became a social media buzz topic when it was presumed stolen on Saturday, and the truth involves a sad tale of an employee on the run.

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Oct 2

Day in the Life of a Food Truck Operator – LANCASTER, PA – When Christine Hess decided open a new restaurant in Lancaster, she wanted to offer something a little different. Noticing a gap in the local market for good lunch fare on the go, she bought herself a truck, and Urban Olive was born.

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Food Truck Battle Raises Funds for Charity – NASHVILLE, TN – There was a battle Sunday at Nashville’s Greer Stadium, and it all centered around food trucks. For $25.00 tasters were allowed to sample the food from every truck and a drink.

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