Thai to become Korean, think bulgogi and kimchi.
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Competition between two competing food truck courts has hurt many of RVA’s food trucks. But a meeting on Monday has helped set things straight.
The Saturday late night event has been cancelled. However, preparations are being made for it to occur this fall.
Many of city’s food carts are coming together for a mega event that will feature 21 carts and 13 local breweries, a wine festival that’s family-friendly comes to the area, and Broad Street is about to get a whole lot tastier. This and more in your weekly recap of food news.
If you haven’t seen Nate’s Taco Truck at a farmers’ market or on a familiar sidewalk, you’re not the only one. The beloved taco master has put the temporary brakes on his taco truck. Why and for how long will Richmond be without it?
The Food Truck Court returns tonight 6-9PM at the Virginia Historical Society on Boulevard (now with 11 vendors).
PHOTO: via Laura Felden
Lots of folks came out to the food truck court at the Virginia Historical Society this week, but there’s way more happening around town when it comes to food: The Roosevelt has a new seasonal menu, some “sweet” ice cream is getting ready for summer, and a new restaurant extends its happy hour.
The Virginia Historical Society is a Food Truck Court, a gathering of several mobile catering vendors, for two weeks in April. Participating food trucks will offer gourmet chef inspired food, specialty beverages, and desserts. Patrons are invited to utilize the picnic tables and grassy courtyard located inside the VHS parking lot to enjoy their dining […]
Richmond has a bright, and surprisingly deep, food cart culture. Here’s some photos of RVA’s familiar mobile food vendors. Check ’em out before you head out for lunch.