This week the Giant Jeepney will be making stops in Pasadena, Huntington Park, Eagle Rock, Downtown Art Walk, Fullerton, Irvine Lake for the Munchathon, and La Palma!

Tuesday 7/12

Join us for lunch in Pasadena from 11:30am to 2pm at 45 Eureka Street, Pasadena, CA.

Then off to Highland Park Din-Din-A-Go-Go from 5:30pm to 9pm in the Figueroa Produce parking lot at 6312 North Figueroa Street Los Angeles!

Wednesday 7/13

We’re bringing tapsilog to the streets of Eagle Rock!  We’re hanging out with our friends from Salon Expo from 6pm – 9pm at 4000 Eagle Rock blvd. Los Angeles.

Thursday 7/14


We’ll be at 340 S. Spring St. in Downtown with the rest of your favorite GFT’s for DTLA Artwalk!

Friday 7/15

OC Represent!  The Giant Jeepney loves spare change so please come and bring some for a great cause to Fullerton Union High School’s Food Truck Round-UP!

5pm-10pm at
Fullerton Union High School
201 East Chapman Avenue, Fullerton, CA

Saturday 7/16

OC Munchathon!

Get skinny with the Giant Jeepney at

the first-ever food-themed fun run/obstacle course featuring food and beverage stops PLUS a gourmet food truck festival, launches at Oak Canyon Park in Orange County, CA, on Saturday, July 16, 2011.

We’re gonna be around ALL DAY LONG, so bring your appetites and come hang with us and a bunch of other awesome foodtrucks!

Sunday 7/17

And to set a record of three straight days in the OC, we’re tempting tastebuds at Kennedy High School from 12pm – 5pm at 8281 Walker Street, La Palma, California

We’re looking foward to seeing y’all jeepney-side!

Mark your calendars – Boomers is hosting the first southern california foodtruck tour at all three of its San Diego County locations!

The most popular foodtrucks from Los Angeles and the OC are joining San Diego’s best for a 3 day Foodtruck Festival happening on the weekend of May 20-22.

The fun starts on May 20th at the San Diego Boomers, then the El Cajon Boomers on May 21, 2011, and finally culminating at the Vista Boomers on May 22, 2011.

In attendance are L.A. and Orange County’s most popular and iconic foodtrucks: Grill ’em All (Winner of Food Network’s Great Foodtruck Race), Lobsta Truck, Tapa Boy, Chef Debbie Lee’s Ahn Joo, Vesuvio, Tropical Shave Ice, Lee’s Philly, Frysmith, and the Vizzi Truck.

Joining them are San Diego’s best: Miho Gastrotruck, Chop Sooey, Ms Patty Melt, Kalbi Q, Sweet Treats, Food Junkies, Devilicious, India on Wheels, and Super Q.

Check out all the details at!

We’ve already announced that Tapa Boy, LA’s very own Filipino Food Truck will be proudly representing Filipino cuisine at the 2010 Abbot Kinney Festival, here’s a quick update on where to find us!