Roy Choi's Culver City spot has a new burger for a new meal, while his Palms rice bowl restaurant is trying to expand.
Rokyo Truck plans two types of tempura eggs, which we suddenly want to eat a dozen of right now.
A debate is being had over whether the U.S. and South Korea should offer assistance.
Roy Choi and one of the partners in RoadStoves are very unhappy that you don't understand the food truck movement they sold you.
While many trucks are setting up shop in brick and mortars, Matthew Poley takes his popular lasagna cupcakes to the street.
The owners of India Jones and Dosa Truck say they're not moving around as much in the era of four-dollar gas and rising food prices.
The browser's truck was a big hit with Austin audiences, but will free Coolhaus ice cream be enough in L.A.?
The truck says it achieved all of its goals. Now the same people who called it an April Fool's Day joke are calling "bullshit."
Where to find free pralines, Hubig's pies, and king cake.
The popular development should save a lot of Angelenos on a westward voyage every Tuesday.
Jose Briceño is helping the company give out free tequila-infused tacos through Cinco de Mayo.
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First Milk Truck, and now this
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The Flatiron Truck serves a daily changing menu inspired by local ingredients, though it still can mix up a mean hybrid burrito.
So says 'Businessweek.'
Street food isn't even supposed to cost that much to begin with, right?
L.A.'s more successful food trucks appear to be heading indoors.