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The Columbus Food Truck scene has exploded in recent years with dozens of trucks to be found every day serving food at locations all throughout the city. Below you’ll find the latest news and updates on local food trucks.

Baba’s Porch Food Trailer Opens at Seventh Son Brewing Co.

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Baba’s Porch Food Trailer Opens at Seventh Son Brewing Co.

Dan and Caroline Kraus, the minds behind That Food Truck, have rolled out a new food venture. Baba’s Porch, a mobile food trailer, has opened on Fridays at Seventh Son Brewing Co. Big Red, the couple’s nickname for their That Food Truck truck, was facing a bevy of mechanical problems over the past few months. […]

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Hai Poké Sets Sights on Food Truck, Brick and Mortar Space

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Hai Poké Sets Sights on Food Truck, Brick and Mortar Space

Hawaiian street food pop-up Hai Poké has plans to beef up their business into a venue-spanning triple threat. In the wake of a successful crowdfunding campaign (they hit their $10,000 Indiegogo goal back in October), duo Mico Cordero and Nile Woodson have expanded their rice poké bowl kitchen takeovers to all weekdays, acquired a food […]

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Best Culinary Events in Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Best Culinary Events in Columbus

There’s a lot of great festivals and events to be enjoyed year-round in Columbus, and many of the best ones are centered around food! From fine dining fundraisers to casual outdoor gatherings, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone. In 2015, our readers picked their favorite: the fifth-annual Food Truck Festival held at Columbus […]

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Restaurant Review: Dos Hermanos at The North Market

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Restaurant Review: Dos Hermanos at The North Market

Fifteen years ago, the North Market was The Small Business Incubator for local projects. It provided a home for eateries (and shops) to serve customers, without the high start-up costs associated with a stand-alone, brick-and-mortar operation. Times have changed. Food trucks and pop-up events are typically the first things that come to mind, when the […]

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Asian Persuasion Brings Filipino Cuisine to the Streets of Columbus

Walker Evans Walker Evans Asian Persuasion Brings Filipino Cuisine to the Streets of Columbus

If you’re not already familiar with lechon and lumpia, then you’re likely to get acquainted with them soon. New food truck Asian Persuasion hit the streets of Columbus back in August and they’ve quickly gained a following for their Filipino-centric menu. “So far the response has been wonderful,” said owner Jason Kibler. “People have loved the […]

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Lunch Review: Herb’n Cafe

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Lunch Review: Herb’n Cafe

Food trucks are typically modest enterprises. They’re scaled-down, basic operations with relatively low-risk operational set ups, when compared to restaurants. While the trucks themselves can be expensive to purchase, they’re not typically as daunting as a lease and full-time staff. So when popular food truck Herb’n Food developed a brick and mortar project, called Herb’n […]

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Horn OK Please Brings Indian Flavor to Food Truck Scene

Rebecca Wagner Rebecca Wagner Horn OK Please Brings Indian Flavor to Food Truck Scene

Indian food trucks are few and far between in the Arch City. Frankly, their presence is pretty much nonexistent — but a vivid new truck is here to fill the void. Horn OK Please has joined the ranks of the burgeoning Columbus food truck domain, serving up flavorful Indian fare. Bo Pang and Manan Rathi, […]

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