We know you've noticed it, too: food trucks have been popping up all Northeast Ohio suburbs.
We've spotted them at baseball games in Shaker Heights, at Cleveland Heights' newest brewery and in the parking lots in Commerce Park office buildings.
These trucks are showing up at festivals, parks, and anywhere else there are hungry mouths and spreading the word through social media.
There was an influx of new trucks setting up shop in Cleveland in late 2010, selling fresh, local and gourmet street food — think creative stand-and-eat dishes like the veggie naan-wich and the Korean burrito — and now they're testing the waters in our suburban hangouts. And they take credit cards.
We're working on a series of articles about the business and we're going to tell you about everything, from the menus and inspiration for these cafes on wheels to the red tape and reception they're getting in our neighborhoods.
But we want to know what you want to know, too. Have you wondered about the food trucks? Ask your questions in the comments!
Check back with Patch very soon for more!