F&B bought direct from the food truck in Chicago...
are intricately woven into American history. Starting with the Chuck wagon stemming from the "Father of the Texas Panhandle," Charles Goodnight. In 1866, Goodnight, a cattle herder, realized the difficultly to cook proper meals during cattle drives. He took a sturdy old United States Army Wagon and constructed interior shelving and drawers. He then stocked the wagon with tableware and utensils, spices and medical supplies, including castor oil and quinine. The American Food Truck was born.
IN CONNECTION WITH
WORLD CLASS TRADITION
Food trucks today are eons away from the original Chuck wagons but one thing still remains. We still love food trucks! We realized the joy people received each day from eating from their favorite food truck. This lead us to create the Chicago Food Truck Festival continuing an world tradition.
Chicago Food Truck Fest
233 S. Wacker Dr., 84th Fl
Chicago, IL 60606
BON APPETIT !
Your Chicago Food Truck Festival