Food trucks are rolling into the mainstream

Soon Southern Californians will be able to buy barbecued beef from a Sizzler truck, and Arizonans grab a foot-long from a Subway sandwich truck.

The idea of running a Sizzler truck grew after the chain’s chief executive, Kerry Kramp, saw people wait for nearly an hour to get food from vendors parked along Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice.

"I became a food-truck-crazy maniac like everybody else because I couldn't figure out what in the world was making people stand in line for 45 minutes," he said. "I was thinking, 'These people should be going to Sizzler.'"

Food trucks are rolling into the mainstream

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