It seems like Charleston’s food truck scene may be tapering off just a bit, but we’re glad the Foodie Truck made it on the road before the trend started to plateau. Jonathan Corey and John Amato, food-and-bev vets with experience in the kitchens of Charleston’s best restaurants, are tackling the food truck scene with a hyper-local concept, serving up soups, sandwiches, burgers, and biscuits made from locally sourced products. There’s a little taste of everything here, from Italian pork loin hoagies to Korean barbecue steam buns and fried local fish. Occasionally desserts and sides (like french fries and mac and cheese) make it onto the menu too, but if they have a slushy on the menu, get it. On Friday nights, stop by Seanachai on Johns Island and grab a bite. —Susan Cohen Dish (Winter 2013)

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