Roast Food Truck Philadelphia

Roast Food Truck – John Peralta’s Filipino food truck has perfected Cebu-style lechon—suckling pig roasted over coconut charcoal to turn rich and melty, then served with papaya slaw and sweet breakfast bread pandesal. Fans complete meals with traditional lumpia and colorful, parfait-like halo-halo­ dessert. Saturdays. Penn Treaty Park, (215) 361-9638, @roastphillyRoast Food Truck – John Peralta’s Filipino food truck has perfected Cebu-style lechon—suckling pig roasted over coconut charcoal to turn rich and melty, then served with papaya slaw and sweet breakfast bread pandesal. Fans complete meals with traditional lumpia and colorful, parfait-like halo-halo­ dessert. Saturdays. Penn Treaty Park, (215) 361-9638, @roastphilly

Templetown Food Truck Guide

Templetown is a neighborhood in the North Philadelphia section of the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The district is loosely arranged around the main campus of Temple University, hence the name 'Temple' town. Until recently, the area was primarily a slum, but is now rapidly gentrifying due to an influx of Temple students during the past several years and is a growing hot spot for Philly's Food Trucks.Philadelphia, PA - Templetown is a neighborhood in the North Philadelphia section of the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The district is loosely arranged around the main campus of Temple University, hence the name 'Temple' town. Until recently, the area was primarily a slum, but is now rapidly gentrifying due to an influx of Temple students during the past several years and is a growing hot spot for Philly's Food Trucks.

Top Philly Must Try Food Trucks

A city reveals itself through its street food, and Philadelphia has always had a bountiful spread of on-the-fly options. Local food trucks run the gamut from student grub in stainless steel carts to upscale eats in high-tech mobile kitchens to roving trucks that keep foodies up-to-date on their whereabouts through TwitterPhiladelphia, PA - A city reveals itself through its street food, and Philadelphia has always had a bountiful spread of on-the-fly options. Local food trucks run the gamut from student grub in stainless steel carts to upscale eats in high-tech mobile kitchens to roving trucks that keep foodies up-to-date on their whereabouts through Twitter.

Tappin’ The Trucks, Brews n’ Bites Block Party

Philadelphia, PA - Taproom on 19th (2400 S. 19th) and the Philly Mobile Food Truck Association celebrate the return of spring with the second annual “Tappin’ The Trucks, Brews n’ Bites Block Party” on Saturday, April 8, 2017, from Noon to 7:00pm. Five food trucks and five local brewers will pop-up outside of Taproom for an afternoon of brews, bites and live tunes.The taps will be flowing with all craft drafts specially priced at $5.00. All food and drink will be pay-as-you-go, cash only. Children and pets are welcome. 21 and over to drink (with identification).Philadelphia, PA - Taproom on 19th (2400 S. 19th) and the Philly Mobile Food Truck Association celebrate the return of spring with the second annual “Tappin’ The Trucks, Brews n’ Bites Block Party” on Saturday, April 8, 2017, from Noon to 7:00pm. Five food trucks and five local brewers will pop-up outside of Taproom for an afternoon of brews, bites and live tunes.The taps will be flowing with all craft drafts specially priced at $5.00. All food and drink will be pay-as-you-go, cash only. Children and pets are welcome. 21 and over to drink (with identification).

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