Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Let's Learn About Food Trucks!

Posted By on Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 3:39 PM

If you've grown weary of my endless prattle regarding the magnificence of food trucks, you can go down to Dinnerware Artspace at 119 E. Toole Ave. at 7 p.m. tonight and hear other people prattle on about the magnificence of food trucks.

The short version is this: Other cities are doing big things with food trucks, and a growing group of Tucsonans want to do the same. The presentation tonight will show what's happening in other cities while also touching on some of the health-code requirements to keep in mind when starting a food truck.

From an announcement circulated by Dinnerware Artspace:

Tuesday, April 12th, 7pm
Let's talk about Food Trucks in Tucson. Why don't we have more innovative cuisine in Tucson wheels? We're gathering images from food trucks from other towns such as Portland, Austin, Los Angeles which we will show you. Pima County health codes will be available to hand out followed by a brief talk under the "where to from here" category.

Speaking of which, there's finally a Facebook page devoted to Tucson food-truck culture. You can find that here.

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