In the Season 1 finale, tension, arguments and stress highlight Day 1 of the competition on Toronto Island; and Day 2 takes the teams to Trinity Bellwoods Park, where they vie against established food trucks.
Rookie errors are made when Day 1 of the competition takes place at Niagara Falls, where the teams burn food and leave hungry tourists waiting; and an intense Day 2 brings the action to a Canadian winery.
Rookie mistakes and fryer hazards highlight the first lunch sale in Culver City, Cal. On Day 2, the competing teams step up their game as they try to lure customers away from established food trucks along Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles.
One team is reduced to tears, while their competitors act too cocky for their own good as they vie to draw in customers while selling alongside established food trucks in the Distillery District in Toronto.
Competitors in Los Angeles learn that a love of cooking is not enough to get them through the hazards of running a food truck as they work to get through a busy dinner service outside the Pasadena Farmers' Market.
Host Jesse Palmer arrives in Austin, where one team wrestles with flavors and fryers, while the other proves their concept promises more than it delivers. A winner is determined after a day of rain and heavy competition from well-established food trucks.