Is it just us, or does it seem like a growing number of restaurants around town are launching large food trucks? First came Big Star’s truck, and now Time Out breaks the news that Lillie’s Q is planning to roll out the Lillie’s Q Meat Mobile after Labor Day. The truck plans to sell pulled pork and pulled chicken sandwiches for $10 each. The price also includes a choice of a coleslaw or baked beans. You’ll be able to get a sneak peek of the truck at Time Out’s Food Truck Social on Saturday. But that’s not the only new truck on the scene.
This one is a little different. Culture, The Yogurt Society is a brand new non-fat frozen yogurt, made by the same people behind Berry Chill. Instead of selling the product at grocery stores around the city, a fleet of Culture trucks will be driving around the city to distribute it to the masses. You can find out where they will be stopping by checking Culture’s website, Facebook page, or Twitter feed.
Lillie’s Q launches a food truck [Time Out Chicago]