The Phoenix food truck craze is over.
Not that we still don't enjoy food trucks. Their offerings at lower commitment levels than those of their dine-in brethren make them the most accessible and cheapest culinary adventures in town. But gone is the hype of the new. With more than 30 food trucks cur ... More >>
Since pizza -- a basic dish associated with Naples but not exclusively so -- was taken to America by Italian emigrants, shops selling the flat disks topped with goodness have popped up on nearly every street corner.
And since most folks have a cherished neighborhood hangout that offers up simple a ... More >>
Since the first food truck festival rolled into Phoenix last October, it seems that nothing - not stupidly long lines, not inflated prices, not a complete and utter lack of organization, truly NOTHING - can stop the flood of food trucks and food truck festivals from saturating the Valley with mob ... More >>
The business: Pizza People, brought to you by long-time Phoenix residents MaryBeth and Tim Scanlon
What they're packin': Artisan pizzas featuring fresh, local ingredients. They're using their own recipe for the crust and sauce--no knock-offs here. Best of all, at under $10, it's a meal that won' ... More >>
The Love Park Festival's logo -- too cute to pass up.Oh my gosh, it's FINALLY here. Phoenix's first food truck festival is tomorrow! The most talked about event of the season is happening tomorrow evening on Roosevelt Row and we can't wait. We're super excited to see what kind of samples our ... More >>
T-Licious Teazy TacosWhoever said the food truck fad was on its way out better get his engine checked.
Thanks to Food Truck Fridays at the Downtown Phoenix Public Market and the upcoming Phoenix Food Truck Festival on October 22, grabbing grub from a motorized vehicle never tasted so good. N ... More >>