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FlashFunders' Companies Prince of Venice and The Grilled Cheese Truck Featured in LAMag

May 22, 2017

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What’s better than great food? Great food on wheels.

Los Angeles magazine has put together a lust list for food-truck foodies, and two of FlashFunders' companies are high on the list.

First up, Prince of Venice. “It’s royally good,” says LAMag of the Prince of Venice’s “killer” handmade pasta.

Prince of Venice is the result of a collaboration between Prince Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia and acclaimed Milan-born L.A. chef Mirko Paderno. The result is gourmet, authentic Italian food with high-quality ingredients, many imported straight from Italy including flour, olive oil, and truffles. The rest are sourced from local Southern California farms. Customers enjoy a rotating menu of fresh, seasonal items every time. Buon appetito!

Of The Grilled Cheese Truck, LAMag says, “You have not lived until you’ve had the Cheesy Mac & Rib. So if you have always felt an empty hollow deep in your soul, we suggest you try to fill it with grilled cheese.”

Mondavi Award-winning chef Dave Danhi fires up all kinds of savory and sweet melts from brie and goat cheese to s’mores and PB banana. Whether he’s keeping it classic or trying something new, foodies continue to flock to The Grilled Cheese Truck for a taste of the certified “best melt” in Los Angeles.

Mouth watering for more? Make a royal investment with these two culinary kings.

Read more about the Prince of Venice offering.

Read more about The Grilled Cheese Truck offering.

 

Mara Schmid

Written by Mara Schmid