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Food Trucks Offer Other Alternative For Foodies Amid COVID-19 Precautions

While dine-in restaurants and bars are closed in Greenville, SC because of the COVID-19 safety issues, local food trucks are still rolling serving the community. They provide a good alternative for hungry customers urging for a different taste aside from home-cooked food.

There are some important benefits to food trucks in this time of Coronavirus concern. People who may not be able to go to a restaurant may still be able to enjoy food. The best way to get lunch without being surrounded by people in a cramped space is to eat at a food truck. Also, since food trucks are operated by four or fewer people in most cases, there’s very little Coronavirus potential. They are also using technology to help curb the spread of the virus by offering online ordering so customers don’t have to wait around for extended periods of time.

The Coronavirus pandemic has hurt the food truck business. To do something for the community and also keep their businesses afloat at the same time, these food trucks are hopping around different neighborhoods in the Greenville area and provide communities with different tastes and an opportunity to still go out and have a normal life amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Check below to see where the food trucks are rolling in the greater Greenville area:

HipBurger – They are offering delicious and affordable burgers, chicken sandwiches, and nuggets.

Apr 14th, Tuesday, 5 pm – Dillard Creek Crossing in Greer

Tacos Blah Blah Bla – They are serving delicious tacos and more. Check out their Facebook page for updates of their current location.

Roll-In Cuban – This food truck serves authentic Cuban cusine from Cuban sandwiches to empanadas. Check out their Facebook page for updates of their current location.

 

Be on the lookout for these other food trucks, you may not see them in your community yet they will be serving in one of the main roads of Greenville:

Henry’s Hog Hauler
Highway 301
Just a Smile Caribbean Food Truck
Kona Ice
One Eyed Donkey
The Pound Cake Man
Project Host Hostmobile
Seoul Republik
Thoroughfare
We Got The Beets Food Truck
The Black Thai

 

Communities with scheduled food truck roll in:

Estates at Dillard Creek & Dillard Creer Crossing – Food truck will be located in the pool parking lot in Dillard Creek Crossing at 505 Horton Grove Road, Greer, 29651:

April 18th, Saturday, noon to 2 pm – Rambo’s Hotdogs
April 18th, Saturday, 1 to 2 pm – Pink Mama’s Ice Cream Truck
April 20th, Monday, 4 to 7 pm – Mexibilly’s
April 22nd, Wednesday, 5 to 8 pm – Tacos Blah Blah Bla
April 24th, Friday, 5 to 8 pm – Wholy Smoke
April 26th, Sunday, noon to 2 pm – Sunset Slush of Greenville
April 27th, Monday, 5 to 8 pm – Taco Brothers
April 29th, Wednesday, 5 to 7:30 pm – Roll-In Cuban
May 3rd, Sunday, 5 to 8 pm – The Noodle Lady
May 5th, Tuesday, 5 to 8 pm – Chef on the Run
May 6th, Wednesday, 5 to 8 pm – The Gravy Train
May 9th, Saturday, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm – Cluck Squeal & Friends
May 16th, Saturday, 5:30 pm – 8 pm – Keepin’ It Fresh

 

 

 

 

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