Jefe's is good, but takes about 100 years to get you their food.
I agree that the food on most of the trucks is quite good, but the mania surrounding the whole food truck trend is just too over-the-top. Once the newness wears off, there really isn't much to recommend them over places like The Daily or Lime or Sakaya Kitchen.
And when it is 99 degrees and 99% humidity for 6 months with people standing in line for 40 minutes and nowhere to sit in the shade, how well do you think that little event is going to fare?
Tech, you can find out where they all are by following them on Twitter, but that is a huge pain in the ass. Fortunately, The Burger Beast
has you hooked up. That's the easiest way to do it.
I am not saying that the food truck will die anytime soon, what I am saying is that the mania surrounding them is going to pass quickly. I think we are near the peak, though not quite at it. In a few months, maybe a year, you are going to see them dropping like flies as business tapers off and people go back to their regular routines. I guess I shouldn't say it has jumped the shark quite yet, but it is heading up the ramp.