The food-truck trend that has swept larger cities is now showing up in Dayton. Here’s one of them: A late-night food truck that calls itself “Caribbacanas” sets up shop from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. most Friday and Saturday nights in the Omega Music parking lot on East Fifth Street in Dayton’s Oregon Historic District.
Caribbacanas serves Caribbean and American food including jerk chicken and pulled pork wraps, with choice of rice, beans, shredded cabbage, cheese, and cilantro-lemon sour cream; pulled pork sliders; brats and jumbo hot dogs, which can be ordered with chili, cheese and onions, according to the food truck’s owner, Daniel Kinney. No menu item costs more than $5, Kinney said.
For more information, check out the “Caribbacanas Facebook page.Tweet