Infographic: The 12 U.S. Cities with the Most Food Trucks
Throughout the beginning of this week, thousands of Americans will begin embarking on an exodus to reach a relative’s house in time for Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday. Once there, they will likely enjoy holiday staples, such as stuffing, pumpkin pie, and, of course, turkey.
Still, while the majority of motorists will be hitting to road in order to reach their Thanksgiving destination, there will undoubtedly be a handful of individuals who hit the streets for an on-the-go meal, courtesy of a food truck. During the past few years, food trucks have begun popping up on city streets at an accelerated rate.
While American cities are constantly adding new trucks to their fleets of eateries on wheels, several of these metropolises are already ahead of the curve when it comes to the food truck craze. If you are a food truck fanatic at heart, then you’ll want to plan a road trip of your own to the 12 U.S. cities with the most food trucks.
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Zachary Berry currently resides in the Dayton, Ohio area. However, he enjoys traveling from place to place, as he was born in Oklahoma City and has also lived in Albuquerque and Orlando (such is the life of a military brat). Zachary graduated from Ohio University with a major in Strategic Communication, which is fancy talk for advertising and public relations. Beginning his career at The News Wheel as a lowly intern, he was able to climb his way to the top, eventually claiming his place within the last cubicle on the left. Other jobs that Zachary has held include driving around a safari truck at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. When he’s not putting his nose to the grindstone, Zachary enjoys watching and critiquing movies and television. See more articles by Zachary.