The Evolution of San Diego's Food Truck Scene

The Evolution of San Diego's Food Truck Scene

By Brian Murphy, Foodable Contributor

San Diego has seen catering trucks cruising the streets WAY before food trucks were “cool.” Trucks have been servicing businesses, office buildings, and docks for workers that come from cubicles or the warehouse to gather and purchase a meal.  A basic, yet tasty breakfast sandwich, a machaca burrito wrapped in deli wrap, and a two ounce portion cup full of salsa. Lunch was the standard fare: griddled American items and tasty, yet no-frills Mexican food like tortas or carne asada burritos. Should your business be a lucky one, the mariscos truck came by with fresh options; this is the truck that is now enjoying the food truck craze. Options were a bit more authentic.  A bit more unique.

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