Every Friday Night from 4-10pm find blocks of Gourmet Food Trucks in Granada Hills. Located on the 18000 Block of Chatsworth Street.
Granada Grubfest highlight:
The Okamoto Kitchen is one of the most unique trucks out here at the Grubfest, featuring Japanese comfort food. Owner Gerald gives us a tour of their menu and concept of the truck.
Follow Okamoto Kitchen on twitter: @OkamotoKitchen
Join The Greasy Wiener at Clover Avenue Elementary in West Los Angeles for another fun community gathering featuring some of Los Angeles best food trucks on Thursday January 28, 2016. This month the parent booster will be hosting an indoor themed movie with a screening of “Frozen”,come for dinner and stay for the movie!
We are there each month to support the school’s fundraising program along with some food truck friends, joining us in January serving a variety of eclectic gourmet street food : Japanese, French and desserts from BenTen Bowl and Stuffed Crepe .
There will be something for everyone from hot dogs, sausages, burgers, specialty fries, teriyaki, poke, rice bowls, sweet and savory crepes. Also available for purchase fresh squeezed lemonade, hot chocolate and coffee! There will also be vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options for those with dietary restrictions.
A portion of sales from the food trucks go towards the incoming 5th grade class to attend AstroCamp (a science camp). Find the trucks out by the front lawn, be sure to bring your blankets and lawn chairs to dine al fresco with your best classmates, neighbors and community. All are welcome to attend, eat and have a blast, you’ll feel good about it, too your dollars go towards a great cause!
When: Thursday January 28, 2016 (last Thursday of the month)
What Time: 5-8PM
Where: Clover Avenue Elementary School
11020 Clover Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90034
Back in the 2009, when food trucks were still new to LA, and when the food truck lots were just forming, Glenn De Baca helped form the famous Din Din a Go Go with various food truck operators such as LomoArigato, TropShaveIce, and others.
Over the years, Glenn would create food truck locations throughout the LA County area, but focused primarily in the South Bay. He never turned away a new food truck, and usually was the first lot to give a food truck their first real break.
Until recently, he ran the successful lot South Bay Din Din a Go Go (renamed Food Trucks at Narbonne High), which was one of the most popular street food truck event in the Los Angeles County. Not only were they the most popular, they were the ones who started the trend as the first street food truck lot ever.
Sadly, @AtomicEats posted on January 27, 2016, Glenn passed away after battling a long illness. He will be missed, and he will be remembered as one of the pioneers for promoting the LA Food Trucks. RIP, Glenn.
Milo Greene represents an impressive evolution in many ways. What began as a collection of friends is now a four-year musical partnership about to release their second album. The band began making music together in 2009 and moved to Los Angeles shortly thereafter. As the group made their cinematic debut album, released in 2012, Milo Greene shifted into a fully tangible being, a force created by four distinct songwriters and musicians whose collaboration consistently remains its center.
Last summer, after touring extensively and playing festivals like Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Outside Lands in support of Milo Greene, the musicians came home and began writing new music. The band wrote separately, each constructing their own ideas, bringing in varied, individual influences, putting the pieces together as a collective. There was a unified focus on percussion and on creating more up-tempo tracks, specifically ones with rhythmic, dance-inducing grooves.
Food Trucks, Saturday 1/23
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Food trucks arrive at 6:30, band starts at 8:30.
Running time (approximate): 1 hour and 15 minutes with no intermission