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Feb 8, 2012 02:10 PM

Food Trucks in Westchester?

I have loved watching the Food Network show with the Trucks competing cross country and loved it. I know they are big on the West Coast also. Does anyone know some good ones around Westchester? I know the guy who owns The Beer Necessities , I think it's Chef Johnson. over in Wkykagel ownes a Green Food truck somewhere in Mamaroneck. Any ideas to find some? Thanks!

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  1. can't help for now,but after winter their are two taco trucks down by city park in new rochelle, both very reasonable and good, although most of their customers are day laborers in the area (actually a pretty good sign). i forget which i prefer but in the past it was the one parked closer to new rochelle, just 50' apart though

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      1. I was talking about the fact we don't really have these in Westchester the other day. Other than the hot dog trucks in Yonkers (Bronx River Road), New Rochelle (North Ave by the HS) and the one by Manhattanville College, there really aren't any food trucks. There needs to be.

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        1. re: jhopp217

          There is a taco truck on Saw Mill River Road and Jackson Avenue on the border of Yonkers and Ardsley. There is also Mickey's truck in the same spot it's been for many years, on Jackson Avenue in the small lot just west of the southbound Sprain Brook Parkway entrance. Not sure if Mickey's son is still operating it.

        2. Well a few has been popping up in the Mount Vernon area. Nothing as extravagant as what you'd find in the city but a food truck nonetheless. There's one near gramatan that apparently does a decent breakfast, the smell of bacon puts me in a daze everytime. Hopefully the spring brings something good. I agree there needs to be more of those around.

          1. Chef Johnson's Johnson Truck in Mamaroneck.

            This is serious all natural comfort food. Worth a trip from anywhere. But check status online---they have weird hours.