If you’re new to the scene, you can save yourself a potential stomachache and check out these top five food trucks in Los Angeles.
From waffle sandwiches to a truck that specializes in bacon, Orange County has some awesome food trucks. Try these trucks and experience the best.
L.A. County Director of Environmental Health Angelo Bellomo says inspectors are having a hard time tracking the estimated 3,200 restaurants on the road.
With over 65 trucks spread around Orange County, there is something in store for everyone.
One Riverside County supervisor is looking to amend what he calls an “outdated” law, which bans food trucks from the county when not taking part in festivals or other official gatherings.
Nearly two dozen MS-13 gang members and associates were arraigned Tuesday after being indicted on charges of operating an extortion ring targeting food truck owners in Hollywood.
Assistants to Rock & Reilly’s Irish Rock & Roll Whiskey Pub, Clark Main and Erika Santoyo, stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss their St. Patrick’s Day block party that helps benefit a non-profit organization!
The thousands of people working in the commercial high-rises along Wilshire Boulevard in the Miracle Mile district are going to have fewer lunch options now that the L.A. City Council approved a measure Wednesday that will restrict food truck parking, according to a news source.
It’s a fun and charitable week around LA. Check out these great activities that you can enjoy while also helping someone out.
Having survived Carmageddon last year, LA Street Food Fest returns Saturday, July 21, to delight local food lovers at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. What began as an idea to promote local small businesses, to […]
We’ve spotlighted some of the week’s best events and outings from Orange County to Los Angeles from sidewalk chef cookoffs to green test drives.
Kick off summer by heading down to Exposition Park on Saturday night, where you can take in a popular movie, dine on the offerings from the city’s favorite food trucks, and listen to some of […]
By lunchtime, Wilshire Boulevard’s south side near the Los Angeles County Museum of Art is lined with colorful gourmet food trucks, blocking drivers’ views of buildings, building numbers and, unfortunately, traffic signs.
The combination of staged spectacle, interactive science, and yummy vittles – not to mention a virtual metric ton of bubbles – makes Bubblefest XVI an event where it is easy for you to feel some […]
Few people know that the first restaurant-style burrito appeared on the menu at El Cholo Spanish Cafe in Los Angeles back in 1930. But it wasn’t until 1934 when it made another groundbreaking debut in […]