With only a griddle and fryer, food trucks churn out some of the most popular food in the Triangle, posting up at breweries and office parks, and leading weekend events that draw diners by the thousands.
In just a decade, these mobile kitchens have changed the way we eat, convincing us that lobster rolls and dumplings made in a truck just might be the best thing we eat all day.
“Food Truck Nation,” a year-long study commissioned by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation ranked 20 cities on their food truck friendliness.
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