Tonight: 18 Food Trucks remembering Coli @piaggioonwheels

Tonight the OC Food truck community remembers one of their own, veteran GFT owner Coli from @piaggioonwheels. He paved the way for Orange County food trucks, and helped many new trucks launch.

Come to Home Depot’s parking lot at 5800 Lincoln Ave in Cypress for 18 food trucks!! Proceeds will go to Coli’s and Rosane’s fav charity.

Click link to see the video montage of participating trucks


Los Angeles: the #FreeFarmerJohn Food Truck Tour (@FarmerJohnLA)



FARMER JOHN® is handing out free dogs this weekend!

Join us in DTLA on Saturday 7/23 and Sunday 7/24 in DTLA. Exact locations will be announced on Twitter (! Follow FJ to track the #FreeFarmerJohn Food Truck!


Saturday & Sunday, July 23 & 24 – DTLA
Saturday & Sunday, July 30 & 31 – Silverlake/Echo Park
Saturday & Sunday, August 6 & 7 – Fairfax/3rd St
Saturday & Sunday, August 13 & 14 – Santa Monica/Venice

For more information, visit their Facebook page

And more specific info with exact locations will be posted on the Farmer John Instagram and twitter: @FarmerJohnLA


Downtown LA Artwalk Night Market

One Stop Shop for your Downtown LA Artwalk Experience!

Park at the start of the corridor at 3rd and Spring (Joe’s Parking) and you will start your night as you get out of the car with some of the L.A.’s best food trucks and Street Artists!

After some Grubs and Arts walk through the rest of the Corridor of Downtown LA Artwalk for the best galleries in town.

Back at our original location of 5 years on 3rd and Springs, we are bringing the Food & Art back to Downtown LA Artwalk!

***Arts & Craft Vendor for only $15 – Purchase Arts & Craft Vendor to reserve your space***

TRUCKS (tentative)

Phantom Truck
Wise BBQ
Street Kitchen
Oaxaca on Wheels
Belly Bombz
Rice Balls of Fire – Lotmom
Peaches Smokehouse – LotMom
Paradise – LotMom
Chairman – LotMom
Austyn’s – PAYPAL

JUNE’s Featured Artist


JUNE’s Arts & Craft Vendors (tentative)

Crash Jewelry
Lioness Jewelry
Q-oot Boutique
Handmade Greeting Cards

Thursday, July 14, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT) Add to Calendar
246 S Spring St – 246 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 – View Map


Other Dates:

  • August 11
  • Sept 8
  • Oct 13
  • Nov 10
  • Dec 8

Every Thurs: Beach Eats Marina del Rey

Our weekly gourmet food truck event, “Beach Eats” is coming back to Lot #10 at Marina “Mothers Beach” (4101 Admiralty Way, Marina del Rey 90292) on May 5th.

For the past three seasons, patrons have been able to enjoy delicious gourmet food by the beautiful beach and we expect the same great experience this upcoming season.   Come enjoy the great variety of food trucks and menus that change weekly.

Every Thursday from 5:00pm – 9:00pm starting May 5th until September 29th.

Please see the flyer link below for more information.


Beach Eats Flyer

* If you have a food truck and would like to participate as a vendor,  please look on for more information.

* Event is free for patrons.  No ticket is required.

Video: @FryFryFoodTruck run by high schooler!

Published on Apr 12, 2016

What were you doing at 17? Isaiah Rosario is a 17 year old senior high school student who owns and runs a successful Gourmet Food Truck in Los Angeles. He’s been juggling both for the last year and really enjoys cooking. He let’s us know it’s not easy running a food truck, but he’s on track in becoming a very successful young man.

Follow him on twitter at


Street Food Cinema May 7-Oct 29


Whether you’re surfing in Malibu, grabbing a bite in Pasadena, or hiking the hills in one of our amazing parks, without a doubt… Los Angeles is the place to be. It’s the entertainment capital of the world and a paradise of sun, beach and good times. Just like our vast metropolis, Street Food Cinema has developed 12 different locations to provide moviegoers with more chances to catch their favorite flick on the big screen.


Come early and catch top local bands and see if you’re lucky enough to get chosen for our nightly audience game. And, of course, we all know some of the tastiest eats comes from a food truck so we’re curating the best of the best to fill your belly, mind and soul as the sun sets and the movie beings.


For participating FOOD TRUCKS, click here

Show schedule click here , Tickets & Details

Check Groupon for deals or to get a Season Pass, click here





September and October will be posted soon

See | Eat | Hear


LA’s best food trucks will be on hand all season, offering a variety of food options sure to please the most discerning palates. Check out our gallery of food trucks for more info. Line-up for each night can be found on the event pages.

Movies are the heart of what we do. From our summer-long Eat|See|Hear Series all across LA, to our Throwback Thursdays at the Laemmle in NoHo, to the free Front Porch Cinema Series at the Santa Monica Pier, we are bringing you the best in film all year ’round.

Adding to the fun each week are live performances from up-and-coming bands. Kick back and listen to the tunes of buzz bands such as Opus Orange, Faulkner and State to State. Check out this year’s music lineup.

Foodtruck @OkamotoKitchen featured on @GranadaGrubfest #YouTube

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


Jan 23: Costa Mesa, Free concert Milo Greene



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

Hobo Co Pizza @HoboCoPizza
Adobo Express @adoboexpressoc
Quesadivas @QuesaDivas
Mustache Mike’s @Mustachemikestk

Food trucks arrive at 6:30, band starts at 8:30.

Running time (approximate): 1 hour and 15 minutes with no intermission