Although Chicago still hasn't changed its food truck law, the past few days have introduced some new characters to the Chicago food truck scene. Last weekend, Phillip Foss launched his Meatyballs truck, which hit the streets serving up kosher meatball sandwiches in both traditional (meatyballs, mozzarella, marinara) and non-traditional (chicken curry with mango chutney) ways. And on its heels came Amanda Cavazos' Happy Bodega truck, which started serving sandwiches such as ham and gruyere roast beef, along with fresh coffee, fruits and sweet treats like banana bread pudding yesterday. In typical food truck style, you can follow Meatyballs and Happy Bodega on twitter to find out their whereabouts throughout the day (@FossFoodTrucks and @HappyBodega).
Stay up-to-date with the latest news, stories and insider events.
You’ve signed up to receive emails. Please check your email for a welcome confirmation.