Tag: Arkansas

Raleigh, NC: Destination – Downtown Raleigh Food Truck Rodeo

I expected huge lines at Sunday's event, the first of four planned this year. Luckily, the church my family attends gets out at 11:30 a.m. on Sundays. So we walked over to Fayetteville Street and were among the first in line when it opened at noon.

Little Rock, AR: Food Trucks Open for Little Rock Film Festival This Weekend

Movie watching can work up quite an appetite. That's why several food trucks are going to be on hand feeding all of the festival-goers this weekend during the Little Rock Film Festival, starting today (May 17).

Fayetteville, NC: Appetites for Quick, Delicious Meals Drive Food Truck Popularity

For Gueta and other food truck aficionados, the vehicles are a quick, convenient alternative to brick-and-mortar restaurants. No need to wait to be seated and served - just grab your food and go

Fayetteville, AR: Fayetteville Springfest vendor application deadline is April 29

Organizers of the event are seeking arts, crafts, and street food vendors as well as non-profit organizations to fill a few remaining vendor booth spaces for the 2013 festival, set for May 4 on Dickson Street in downtown Fayetteville.

Little Rock, AR: Main Street Food Truck Friday Starting Back Up Tomorrow

Can't make it for the start of the new season? Don't worry. At least three or four food trucks will beconvening on the corner of Main Street and Capitol Avenue every Friday until June 14

Little Rock, AR: Palsa Announces the End of The Food Truck

I've gotten to know Jeffrey quite well over the past couple of years, and I've found him to be one of the kindest, most generous people I've ever met — a genuine good soul if ever there was one.

Bentoville, AR: Bentonville Food Truck Takes Top Honors

It was a good choice because it let us make a lot of mistakes, which you probably cannot do as easily with a brick and mortar. We've learned a lot and we do things from our point of view much more simply and much more efficiently now.

Little Rock, AR: Food for Thought symposium at Bowen Law School

The second panel, “Food trucks in the Little Rock landscape” was largely about the relationship and friction between food trucks and brick and mortar restaurants

Pine Bluff, AR: Salvation Army Receives New Mobile Kitchen

Has the ability to produce between 1,500 - 2,000 meals per day with a 3 person crew