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  • Food-Truck Round-Up

    Richard Gorelick over at the Sun has been keeping a close watch on the controversies and victories of Baltimore's food trucks. Yesterday, he posted about the Gathering, a food truck rally organized by Damian Bohager, proprietor of the Silver Platter truck. If you don't work near a typical food-truck stop, this is your chance to see what all the fuss is about. On Friday, July 8, seven trucks, including Miss Shirley's, Iced Gems cupcake truck, the new GrrChe, Kooper's Chowhound Wagon, Souper Freak (whose plight kicked off the chain events that led to new food truck regulations in Baltimore City), and Gypsy Queen will be open for business at 421 Central Ave. (at Eastern Avenue) from 5 to 10 p.m. Proceeds benefit There Goes My Hero. Beer, wine, and music are promised.
  • Grilled Cheese on Wheels

    Is it pronounced "GER-chee," "gruh-CHAY," or maybe even just "GERCH"? Whatever. But the GrrChe: Gourmet Grilled Cheese truck, Baltimore's newest addition to the mobile food-unit scene, will soon be trawling the streets of Baltimore vending warmed bread...

    Baltimore Food Trucks Rally for SPCA

    On Friday, March 23, the Maryland SPCA is hosting an on-site Baltimore Food Truck Rally at its facility at 3300 Falls Road from 5-8 p.m. Participating food trucks include Souper Freak, the Gypsy Queen Café, GrrChe, Iced Gems Creations, Kooper's...


    Busia’s Kitchen @busiaskitchen, A Polish food truck? Tak! That means yes in Polish, but you won’t need to translate to order delicious cheese pierogi, golabki, and even simple hot dogs. The Polish platter is tremendous and...

    The City that Eats, whether someone's cracking crabs on an old copy of City Paper at a bus stop bench, feasting on a first date at one of our fancier farm-to-table affairs, or seeking out the newest food truck, Baltimore loves its grub.

    We think "The City that Eats," might make a better moniker than that old chestnut about the literacy of the city. Whether someone's cracking crabs on an old copy of City Paper at a bus stop bench, feasting on a first date at one of our fancier farm-to-...