I actually had a hard time finding information on some of these because any searches that continued both “food” and “truck” automatically brought up a billion different food trucks. I love ‘em, too, but their popularity over the last few years especially is getting a little ridiculous.
Mostly because there’s no way I can try out all the food trucks I want, pfft. :P
Anyway, to the trucks!
Planter’s Peanut Mobile
Midwest Dairy Association
Westport Flea Market Bar & Grill – This one is actually one of my favorites. If it weren’t parked outside the sign saying it’s for a bar and grill restaurant, too, I might be a little confused but regardless, I like that the entire vehicle has been transformed into a burger and all its fixig’s.
Boston Lobster Feast Car
Well I guess it’d be rather easy to ask “Do I have any fish stuck in my teeth?” and actually get a real answer back in the dark restaurant or bar.
I’m not the only one gets asked that, right? And 99% of the time it seems to be in poorly lit areas where there is no way I can actually tell if there’s food stuck in their teeth…
But yes….fish….that glows in the dark. I’m sure that’d be a hit at our next Halloween party. It’s probably a bad thing that I’m picturing floating them in a fish tank…or worse yet, playing those games where you let kids feel the gross foods in bowls with their eyes closed (like peeled grapes as eyeballs….gummy worms for worms….dead fish as…hmmm).
If you’re in California, you’re out of luck, but anywhere else is fair game to order these little glowing fish and make your own.
Too bad I couldn’t get by with just using some neon tetras from the local fish shop instead. :P