Where to Enjoy Mobile Food

Looking for a mobile vendor but not patient enough to stalk them on Twitter, Facebook or the latest app? Try these spots which have a variety of mobile vendors on a regular basis.

Surf & Truck Tuesdays at The Hills Market Every Tuesday evening from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm from April to October. One of the most popular recurring events in the Worthington Hills. (Not sure if this is back for 2015)

Many local breweries pair up with food trucks to add food to their locally crafted libations. Seventh Son Brewing Company features food trucks Tuesday to Sunday. Land Grant Brewing has food trucks on a regular basis too. Both have food truck calendars incorporated into their websites. Other breweries have less consistent schedules such as Four String, Zaftig and Kindred. You can connect the dots to see there is a food truck – brewery connection in Columbus.


5 Responses to “Where to Enjoy Mobile Food”

  1. George Sauer III May 6, 2013 at 7:26 pm #

    Columbus Area Boardgaming Society is a regular stop for trucks. We meet alternating Fridays and Saturdays in Worthington. A truck is on site from 6pm to 8pm. http://www.buckeyeboardgamers.org – 1st half of 2013 schedule.


    04th – Tatoheads
    12th – Pitabilities
    18th – Mikey’s Late Night Slice
    26th – My Place or Yours


    01st – That Food Truck
    09th – Hungry Monkey
    15th – Paddy Wagon
    23rd – Tatoheads


    01st – My Place or Yours
    09th – Pitabilities
    15th – Pickled Swine
    23rd – Mikey’s Late Night Slice
    29th – OH! Burgers
    30th – Pickled Swine


    05th – none scheduled yet
    13th – none scheduled yet
    19th – The Burrito Bus
    27th – The Hungry Monkey


    03rd – Paddy Wagon
    11th – My Place or Yours
    17th – Tatoheads
    25th – Schmidts Sausage


    01st – none scheduled yet
    21st – Pitabilities
    29th – My Place or Yours

  2. Shauna Klausner August 15, 2013 at 2:14 pm #

    Can you rent a food truck to come to your home for a party?

    • cmh gourmand August 15, 2013 at 2:19 pm #

      Yes you can. Contact the truck you want directly. Minimum is usually $500 to $1000.

  3. April Bush September 3, 2013 at 9:38 am #

    Will any of the local food trucks come to an event for a not for profit with no fee associated other than getting sales during the event?

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