We’ve lined up some delicious food truck options for those attending the 2016 BorgWarner / IDRC International Finals presented by ARP this Sunday at Fontana Dragway. The list below is our confirmed food truck that’ll be there.
From Upstate New York to the Streets of LA, BrewWings is determined to Bring The Wing to the West Coast! Born in and around the craft brewery Southern California, BrewWings takes this same careful craft approach to our wings and other unique pub-style food. Extra large, juicy chicken wings, coated in Stefano’s homemade Buffalo sauce are just the beginning. Those wings topped with a unique variety of wing toppings, such as bacon and bleu cheese, or jalapeno and cheddar, is BrewWings’ definition of delicious!
For BrewWings, the wing was only the beginning. Building on our unique concept of Wing Toppings, we stuffed our sandwiches and smothered our tots. From there we deep fried our waffles and dipped our chicken fingers in a craft-beer batter to add a BrewWings compliment to the pub-style food we all love- our twist on these old favorites will leave you longing for more. And, while we offer many items for carb lovers and meat eaters alike, we have not forgotten our vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free friends– don’t worry, we got you covered with our signature grilled cheese (vegan cheese available), deep fried vegetables, sweet potato fries, and more!
Made in Brooklyn is a food truck filling Los Angeles’ void for classic New York style pizza. Rooted in authenticity and meant to be eaten the right way – with your hands – Made in Brooklyn prepares its pies with fresh, high-quality ingredients and crafts its house-made tomato sauce, sausage, meatballs, and pizza dough in-truck using all of the same equipment found in New York’s best pizzerias. Offering pizza, stromboli, garlic knots, and salads for lunch and dinner, Made in Brooklyn is a food truck that makes pizza the way it’s supposed to be – the New York way.
The name Made in Brooklyn is inspired by chef and owner, Sean Popock, who was himself “made in Brooklyn” and grew up eating what he considers the best pizza in the world at family – owned pizzerias throughout his home borough. Sean moved to Los Angeles in 2005, to obtain his MBA at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, and after too many years of work in the corporate world, decided to pursue his passion for great wine and delicious food. With a Court of Master Sommeliers Level I Examination under his belt, Sean is now determined to bring authentic New York pizza to Los Angeles, with a one-of-a-kind food truck outfitted with the same traditional dual-deck gas pizza ovens found in New York’s best pizzerias. After many attempts in the kitchen and countless hours of research, Sean developed the perfect signature dough and house-made sauce recipes to be paired with the highest quality mozzarella and top ping s such as his house – made meatballs and sausage. After first hitting the streets in January 2016, Made in Brooklyn is bringing Los Angeles a food truck that meets the high bar New York sets for great pizza.
Year 2007 (way before food trucks hit the street scene) was when we started selling at Temecula Farmers Market. Initially, we planned to sell skewers but Gale,market manager,wanted something different. She suggested fish tacos. We agreed to make fish tacos but had no idea how to do it. Thinking back to how we prepared fried fish in Asia and the famous baja style fish taco, we started to build a recipe based on our culture, both Mexican and Far East Asia. The sauces that we make from scratch, fresh ingredients, gluten free, with no preservatives were exquisite as a result. Accompanied by an appealing presentation, we realize what people want – the food has to smell, look, and taste great starting from inception to execution. We stayed true to our own style, no fancy smancy menu names, just honest, clean, fresh food. One blogger wrote August 2008: I used to work in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and I ate my way through that city–it’s teeming with excellent street food. So I am skeptical when I see an establishment which does not appear to be a hepatitis outbreak waiting to happen and yet still promises “street food.” Well. Check out this place–get the fish tacos. With everything. Definitely the Park Place/Boardwalk of street food, but you won’t resent the frou-frou aspect. They have excellent service, a creative menu, and the food is noteworthy.
Our family grew up on the East Coast and were lucky enough to enjoy Italian ices our whole lives. We moved to Southern California and couldn’t find any authentic Italian ices. But now, the popularity of Italian ices is booming and Scooter’s is dedicated to bringing you the absolute BEST! The creamiest, the smoothiest and the most SPECTACULARLY DELICIOUS! ENJOY A TRUE FROZEN SENSATION!!!