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New Food Trucks Alert: Italian Food & the Komodo Truck

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Geeez, we just counted 44 food trucks yesterday and now there's two more to add. Eater LA informs us of the soon-to-open truck, Vesuvio, which will focus on Southern Italian fare. The should launch within a couple weeks and will be serving such items as "arancini stuffed with smoked mozzarella plus a slew of subs," according to Eater. And not to be out done is Komodo, self described on its slick website as "dangerously good food" and "not your average taco truck." Their menu consists of a variety of burritos, from a cheeseburger burrito to a cobb salad one to an Asian marinated chicken one. Sides include truffle fries, guacamole rolls and meatballs.

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