Over the last several years, food trucks have taken over streets across America where they serve delicious meals to hungry customers.
Modern food trucks stem from two dining traditions that both predate the invention of the automobile: chuck wagons and pushcarts.
In the 1950s, ice cream trucks were the first to take to the roadways in modified vehicles that looked similar to such trucks today.
By the early 2000s, major cities built new parks especially for food trucks, and festivals were created to celebrate these restaurants on wheels.
If you want to grab a meal from a food truck, those in and around Shelton include:
In 2003 when Jon was visiting Brussels, he had the idea to own a food truck that would offer double fried French fries just like the Belgians. Eight years later, his idea became a reality and the fries are served with an array of toppings and dipping sauces. Other menu items include hot dogs and veggie burgers.
La Patrona serves some of the best Mexican food in Connecticut. The chef prepares flavorful, traditional dishes while those taking orders provide friendly service to all customers. The menu includes tacos, chalupas, and tortas.
Firehouse Grill is a bright red truck that boasts a 4.5-star rating on Yelp as it's not your average food truck. This is because it offers overstuffed grinders such as Chicago Fire and other house-made specialties prepared on site daily.
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