Catch Food Truck Fever

Catch Food Truck Fever

When it comes to mobile food culture, no place does it better than Durham. Thanks to operator-friendly legislation and a bevy of late-night bar-hoppers, food trucks from across the region descend on the town at twilight, selling everything from burgers to tacos to Indian food. For help tracking the most popular trucks.

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