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Eats on the Street

Eats on the Street
December 2011
They’re quirky, they’re mobile, and they’re serving up a variety of delicious dishes. Check out nine of Charleston’s favorite food trucks and meet the colorful characters who keep them on the go



Roti Rolls
Cory Burke leads a mobile revolution for sustainable food


Hello My Name is BBQ
Cody and Ryner Burg have become Highway 17 staples


Geechee Island Food Truck
Desmond Brown adds his own flavor to Lowcountry fare



Happy Camper Snoballs
Kitsch maven Rena Lasch brightens the food truck scene with her colorful and fruity Snoballs


Taco Boy
Taking a well-loved brick-and-mortar restaurant on the road


Pot Kettle Black
Jon Caton and Laura Carone do four-wheeled gourmet



Strada Cucina
The Colarusso brothers team up to serve Boston-style Italian sandwiches


Tokyo Crepes
Yukari Yada and John Baker helped pioneer the local food truck movement


Diggity Doughnuts
Ambergré Sloan turned a craving into a delicious business