Twitter and Facebook are filthy liars, as despite all this talk about feeds, ain't none of them doing jack to fill your stomach. Until now, that is, via Roaming Hunger.
An LA-based company that's somehow not owned by Turtle and has just built out sites for Denver/ Boulder, Roaming Hunger provides interactive e-tools to help you track down the city's best food trucks/carts, including:
City Map: Type in your address, and it'll generate a map populated by all the mobile eats around you. Plus, it can highlight where they'll be later (or tomorrow), and displays a stream of recent tweets straight from the trucks themselves, effectively trumping the concept behind Car Talk.
Alerts: For the more passive eater, here's some advice: don't attend a buffet with Louie Anderson, and also, just provide the site with your phone number/ email, when you wanna eat, and how far you're willing to travel, and they'll text/ email you when your favorite truck is nearby.
Book a Vendor: Let them help you get your next party catered by filling out a short form with details like desired cuisine, expected attendance, and budget, which coincidentally, is a great way to describe a janky social media platform that doesn't get you fed.