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 […]
While the annual Orange County Fair may wrap up at the end of each summer, the OC Fair & Event Center hosts a variety of unique festivities all year round. In addition to the OC […]
Listen up, foodies! More than 150 gourmet food trucks, local bands, dance crews, indie vendors, art and charities will take over Angel Stadium on August 27th for the 2011 OC Foodie Fest!
A local’s take on what not to miss and how to make the most of the Orange County Fair.
Where else can you find truckloads of lobster, nachos and crepes all in one place?
An organization representing more than 100 gourmet food truckers is suing the city of Monrovia, challenging a recently enacted law that bans rolling restaurants from parking in the Los Angeles suburb’s Old Town shopping district.
Jack In The Box has jumped on the food truck band wagon — literally — with it’s big, bad “Munchie Mobile”. Bigger and badder than the competition, that is.
Make no bones about it: the newest food truck in LA may also be the best food you thought you’d never eat.
Once Mayor Villaraigosa signs off on the move, food trucks will be required to display their A-, B-, or C-grade for customers.
Health inspectors will now be responsible for ensuring the cleanliness of thousands of food trucks operating in Los Angeles County.
It seems like they everywhere these days – and many are calling for food trucks to get the same inspections given to traditional eateries.
Food trucks in Los Angeles County could become subject to a cleanliness grading system already being used in restaurants.
Filipino food, music, dance and culture will be celebrated all weekend at the annual Festival of Philippine Arts and Culture, better known as FPAC.