Visiting a somewhat unusual Artstravaganza event featuring “Artists and Food Truck” in Catonsville (held in the large parking lot in front of Peace a Pizza off of Mellor Avenue), I saw a number of food trucks from vendors that I didn’t know existed! Living and working in the burbs, I don’t have a lot of experience with food trucks. After the fact, I learned that they commonly use twitter or facebook (instead of a traditional web site) to communicate with their customers where they might be.
Sexy Vegie offers vegan, vegetarian and gluten free eats, filling the void for delicious, accessible, healthy fare in the Baltimore Metropolitan area.
The Sultan Tandoor food truck serves fresh authentic Indian cuisine and features a clay tandoori oven – right in their truck!!! – to bake fresh naan for its customers.
“Greek on the Street” specializes in classic Greek food
The Cruisin’ Cafe serves a variety of grilled sandwiches, subs, burgers, wraps, salads & more in Baltimore City, Baltimore & Harford County.
The Smoking Swine asserts that they are food loving students of the old school that are determined to resurrect traditional, no-nonsense BBQ before the people who have “put their own spin on it” ensure we lose the art forever.
The Great Cookie features… Cookies!
In addition to their restaurant downtown, Heavy Seas has a food truck dispensing “Heavy Seas” ales and beers!
The entrance for Peace A Pizza even though it isn’t a food truck but a brick and concrete restaurant got my attention regardless with their front door “Sorry, We’re Open” message!