Food Network crew films Italian food truck in La Jolla

A film crew from The Food Network spent their afternoon in La Jolla Wednesday with the owners of the mangia mangia food truck, Marko Pavlinovic and executive chef Enzo Mauri.

The crew said they are filming a series on street food across America and thought San Diego would be a good stop when the producers heard about the Italian-themed truck.

Pavlinovic and Mauri are giving La Jolla a three-month trial period, parking every Tuesday and Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Ace Parking lot at 2131 Cave St.

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