Food trucks are thriving, which means people should expect to see them everywhere. If you are a fan of food (who isn’t?), then that should make you very happy.
When it comes to events, however, food trucks are taking over the scene. Here are five events that food trucks are perfect for.
5. Sporting Events
There is a reason why things like pizza, wings, burgers, fries and so many other classics are dished out during the big game (or just your typical Saturday or Sunday during the football season).
That reason is rather simple: Sports and food go hand in hand. Consider them best friends, if you will.
4. Beer Festivals
Beer festivals are a great time to try everything on tap. However, you can’t go on an empty stomach if you are going to attend these festivals. That is especially the case for Oktoberfest-themed celebrations.
Luckily, food trucks have your back at these wonderful outings, and the foods that are served are typically better than the actual beer itself.
3. Parades, Festivals Or Parties Of Any Kind
Basically, if there are people — well, a lot of people, that is — food trucks should be involved. That is a must.
Weddings? Yes, food trucks are so big now that their services are even being provided at weddings.
If you don’t want a traditional caterer, then don’t fight it. Spice things up with a food truck. With a food truck, at least you know you are getting a great variety and flavorful foods.
1. Food Truck Events
There are food truck events for food trucks. If you haven’t been to one of these life-changing occurrences, then I suggest you find one. Immediately.
Food is, of course, the name of the game at food truck events — and you can never have too much food. If you are lucky, music will also be going down during these great times, and who doesn’t like a side of music with their food?
Interested in getting into the food truck industry? Follow this link to request a custom quote.
To stay up to date on everything Prestige Food Trucks has to offer, make sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. For more food truck advice and inspiration, check out the rest of our blog here.