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Interview with a food truck lover. Hello, I’m Amy I was wondering if I could interview you about your food and experience?

Have you ever eaten from a food truck before?

Yeah sure it, would be my pleasure.

What made you stop at the Tornado truck?

What’s your name? I’m Mark Salvador

Where are you from?

Yes, I have eaten at multiple food trucks tonight.

I personally love potatoes and the many ways they can prepared and cooked. I saw people eating fried potatoes in kabob form.

What did you order? I’m from San Pedro, it’s located near the port of Los Angeles where the 110 S. ends. I ordered the Truffle Tornado.







Looks delicious, how does it taste? The Truffle, has multiple flavors consisting of margarine butter and salt.

Did you get your food fast? The line was quick, like the blink of an eye.

Do you plan on going to any other trucks? I might, there is a tea truck on across the street.

LA’s Walk Art


owntown LA’s art walk is the event to attend every 2nd Thursday of the month.The art walk is a self-guided tour through Downtown’s Historic Core, Spring St and Main St between 2nd and 9th streets, where thousands of eclectic Angelino’s and tourists gather for art shopping, gallery hopping, bar hopping, people watching and food truck lovers. A few guided tours with experienced art enthusiast as well as a shuttle covered in graffiti art are also available. Best of all, the entire art walk can be enjoyed for free and offers something for everyone. From 12-9pm, art galleries, retail stores, restaurants and bars, and vacant spaces are filled with art of all kinds. There is everything from paintings, sculptures, glasswork, live body paintings, photography, and arts and crafts, to gypsies selling jewelry and high school students selling

photographs. The streets are filled with even more art and funky bands and DJs showing off their skills. Great deals can be found on fantastic pieces while socializing and enjoying the scene. Many of the galleries also offer free beer and wine and some even offer open bars, and just ask for small monetary donations in return. But do not forget to tip the bartenders! One attraction that has been growing, are the food trucks. There is an assortment of delicious things to feast your eyes on. Everything from cupcakes to bacon wrapped hot dogs. People stand in long lines just to get a taste of there favorite food truck meal. Some of the most popular trucks are Grilled Cheese Truck, Louks Greek Gourmet To Go, Baby’s Badass Burgers and The Nom Nom Truck. So next time you are in LA stop by for some beautiful art, people and food.



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