Heavy Metal Music-Inspired Food Truck Competing In 'The Great Food Truck Race'

According to Zap2it, tonight's (Sunday, September 19) finale of the Food Network's inaugural "The Great Food Truck Race" features the Grill 'Em All truck and Nom Nom truck in New York City aiming to sell the most specialty foods and take home the $50,000 prize.

"The Great Food Truck Race" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. on the Food Network.

Grill 'Em All is a fresh new theme for the mobile restaurant food market specializing in gourmet hamburgers. Launched late last year in Los Angeles, Grill 'Em All offers a startling array of gourmet burgers with themes directly influenced by heavy metal music and pop culture. The truck will be visible at the coolest parties, concerts and events serving great food, music and a lot of good times.

Grill 'Em All is led by the team of Chef Ryan Harkins and Matthew Chernus.

For more information, visit www.grillemalltruck.com.


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