Anaheim: the OC Food Truck

the modified DyNoMite burger
Mac n cheese sandwich
Inside the Mac n Cheese
California taco (chicken, avocado, slaw)
Berry Lychee

It’s always nice when there is a food truck at Noble Ale Works before a Ducks hockey game.

Tonight the OC Food Truck was serving up dinner for the thirsty beer drinkers.

Martin had a modified DyNoMite shrimp burger, subbing the bun with bread. Karen had the Mac n Cheese sandwich, and I had the California chicken / avocado taco with the Berry Lychee drink.

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Irvine: SeaBirds truck

Please welcome my sister Becky who will be my weekly guest blogger. Due to my busy schedule, I’m not able to attend the Teller lot on Wednesdays and she volunteered to provide a weekly report. 

Today’s gathering at the Teller lot turned out to be predictably sparse because of the rain. The familiar trucks like Piaggio on Wheels, Barcelona OnTheGo, The Lime Truck, and Seabirds were serving lunch. Guest trucks were BaconMania and The Flavor Rush, making their debut at the Teller Lot.



I kind of chuckled to myself that BaconMania (a truck which sells bacon) was parked right next to Seabirds (a truck which is vegan/ vegetarian). You could sort of figure out from the crowd who was waiting for which truck. 

Because of the dreary weather, I wanted something hot, like soup. I think everyone else was thinking the same thing because my boss and I scored the last two bowls of Seabird’s white bean soup (and we placed our order just before noon, too!). Unfortunately for the unlucky ones, none of the other trucks were selling soup on their menu (perhaps a hint to the other trucks to add on rainy days?). 

In addition to my soup, I ordered 2 of the famous avocado tacos at Seabirds to my lunch.    

Avocado tacos from SeaBirds truck
White Bean soup from SeaBirds truck

Feb 26: Santa Clarita Food Fest – pushed back a week due to the rain

Saturday, Feb 19 26 from 11 am to 6 pm
Santa Clarita Central Park
Santa Clarita Food Fest is being pushed back a week due to the rain

40 of LA’s top food trucks convene at Santa Clarita’s Central Park for one huge food truck festival. Admission is $5 with pre-sale and $10 at the door, with a percentage of proceeds support the Santa Clarita Pantry. Pre-purchased tickets will be allowed in at noon, and door sales will be admitted at 2pm.

Very limited VIP tickets will be admitted at 11am.
VIP tickets can be purchased here:  http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1191679345

Admission does NOT include food which can be purchased separately.