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.
Temple University Food Trucks
- Cloud Coffee Food Truck - A pair of grads from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art use ReAnimator beans and careful effort to create marvelous beverages at this cool spot. Bonus: The owners screen films and curate art shows right out of their truck. Monday through Friday. Norris Street between 12th & 13th Streets. cloudcoffeephilly.com
- The Creperie Food Truck: - Classic (Nutella, banana, berries) and not-so-classic (pepperoni, ranch dressing, barbecue ribs, tuna salad) fillings stuff the crepes at this longtime campus favorite. Monday through Saturday. 13th & W. Norris Streets, (215) 778-4771, facebook.com/crepetruck
- Temple Teppanyaki Japanese and Korean Food – Serving students for years this truck pleases with cheap, consistently tasty fare. Favorites on the expansive menu include chicken wings, dumplings and noodles. Weekdays. 12th & Norris Streets, facebook.com/templeteppanyaki