The truck will embrace a different concept every week for a month.
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The only thing else we'd like to see is NY Ice Connection on Goodfellas night.
The selections aren't really as strange as they sound, but they do reflect a lot about what L.A. is cooking and eating these days.
The L.A. Times calls Piccolo's more approachable branch authentic, while L.A. Weekly finds much to enjoy at John Rivera Sedlar's breezy new restaurant.
L.A.'s more successful food trucks appear to be heading indoors.
Spuds, suds, and hand-cured pork belly mark a supposed national holiday at Black Boar pub.
Dante Gonzalez beats out The Dim Sum and Frysmith with his chicken nuggets and "crack sauce."
Rather than throw random trucks at its crowd, the city-site has picked a solid five contenders.
Corporate companies are adopting the food truck trend.
Two more food trucks are making their debut.
Zagat releases a new L.A. survey, but bobbles the city's biggest trend.
GastroBus steals the show with sweet potato fries and an improv meal at Sunday's farmer's market in Los Feliz.