From Our Editors
When most people think of a food truck, they likely think of tasty, but heavy dishes that are greasy and fried. The food-truck operators who congregate at Hub Food Truck Park hope to change the way visitors think about food trucks by cooking up fresh dishes infused with local ingredients. They're part of a growing farm-to-truck movement that prioritizes employing nearby farmers and introducing the community to delicious whole foods.
The chefs at the park whip up a variety of meat-laden, vegetarian, and vegan eats, frequently updating their menus based on the availability of certain ingredients and whether or not a black moon rises in the sky. They work on such trucks as Sofrito, which specializes in Puerto Rican flavors, Wrap-N-Roll, which churns out healthy wraps, and Bodacious Pizza, which cooks pizza in its mobile wood-fired oven.
The family-friendly park often entertains visitors while they eat with live and DJ-spun music. It's also a place where artists can gather and show off their masterpieces.