November 29, 2012 in Uncategorized By: Dave Emerson
If you’re looking for a few of the other great places to eat in Los Alamitos, scroll down about 2 paragraphs!
Noon Thursday, 11/29/12 update: This just in from host truck Rancho a Go-Go: Due to rain in tonight’s forecast, tonight’s “Picnic at the Plaza” has been cancelled, however . . . .
this provides a great opportunity for dedicated foodies to try out any of over a dozen outstanding Los Al eateries, several within a rock’s throw of St. Issadore’s (all within 2 blocks, all rated above average on Yelp, $ coded for your savings: [ad]
- $$ Madera’s Steak & Ribs, just across the street at 3642 Katella
- $$Preveza Mediterranean Kouzina, just across the other street at 10931 Los Alamitos Blvd.
- $ Nick’s Deli II, barely across the street at 10900 Los Alamitos, behind Hoff’s
(Los Alamitos, 11/27/2012) This Thursday marks the return of Great Food Truck Race winner the Lime Truck along with Flip, Rajun Cajun, Chomp Chomp, 2 desert trucks,Rancho & more.
Additional info and tips follow the line-up. I’ll get next month’s line-ups online as soon as I receive them,
Nov 22: Happy Thanksgiving!
- Rancho A Go Go
- Chomp Chomp
- Flip Truck
- Ragin Cajun
- Lime Truck
- Fresh Fries
- The Bakery Truck
- Long Boards
- Line-ups are subject to change.
- Time’s about 5:30 – 9:00. tables available.
- U.S. Bank parking lot on Katella just east of Los Alamitos Blvd.
- Wine & beer to benefit St. Isidore’s Historical Plaza plus picnic tables & desert trucks across the alley at St. Izzy’s.
- U.S.Bank, 10942 Pine St, Los Alamitos (click for map, directions), on north side of Katella just east of Los Alamitos Blvd.
- A short, pleasant walk from most parts of Los Al (See our “Highlands’ Guy’s” ”Walk? Walk! for some urban walking wisdom and/or motivation).
- If you don’t find anything you like at the truckfest, you’ll be within a few hundred yards of about a dozen outstanding local eateries well worth a visit from Nick’s to Preveza.
- In fact, Los Alamitos is probably the home of more outstanding independent eateries per block than any town in Orange County!
See a truck you like? Any recommendations? As always, your comments, diplomatically stated, are welcome!