No, you're not alone. Fanless and I have not visited any food trucks either. We passed by the Latin Burger truck last weekend and almost stopped, but decided on Bulldog Barbecue instead. =)
Ditto. My dining time/money are too precious to gather with others in an outdoor setting, and schlep from truck to truck to maybe find something I'd like to eat. Or, to have the experience of not ordering something here because I haven't seen what they're offering over there.The whole standing up, breathing diesel fumes, selecting marginally prepared items from garishly painted trucks idea is off-putting.
I had some mediocre truck food outside of the AAA during the NBA finals, and I had some Gastropod (excellent!) at an Art Basel event, but I find the whole thing odd in Miami. It makes a lot of sense in a place like NYC (or late night on the Beach) where there are people walking around everywhere and grabbing quick bites while hustling to an appointment, but to drive somewhere to wait in line for 20 minutes, and then have no place to sit, is crazy, in my opinion. The large food truck events are insufferable. 20 minutes in line and another 20 minutes for the food. Where's the convenience or fun in that?
There's an app for that! (seriously)
I'm so cautious about eating out to begin with (I have Celiac), then factor in the loooong lines that form at food truck events, and I just don't see the point. If they clearly labeled something on the menu, then I might brave the line.
I have not tried a food truck. I like my wine/beer and a chair when I am eating.
I haven't tried a food truck either. I want to, but I'm never around wherever they're around. So I guess I don't want to bad enough.
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