Victor Barkley, 16, wanted something different for lunch. Instead of the usual cafeteria fare, the Wheaton High School junior yearned for grilled fish from Go Fish, his favorite food truck.
It will be a food festival to remember, and it happens this coming Saturday in Baltimore.
Food trucks have been gracing all of the foodie shows for years, and now they’re making quite the impact on the local dining scene.
If you’d like to help the victims of Superstorm Sandy, you can on Saturday. Thanks to the operators of Baltimore’s popular food trucks, a hurricane relief gathering is planned in Towson.
Rallying for the dogs. Hundreds of people spent Friday evening eating outside as food trucks took over the Maryland SPCA.
The food truck phenomenon is one of the hottest trends in food, and Baltimore is helping to pave its way to popularity.
An afternoon of pounding rain and ominous clouds couldn’t keep me away from the Gathering, Baltimore’s first food truck rally in Harbor East.