Tag: Brick & Mortar
Portland, OR: Food Truck Chop Chop Chicken Sundaes Opens Its First Brick-and-Mortar
By Andi Prewitt | Willamette Week The pandemic may have dealt a huge blow to experiential dining, but some food establishments that were...
Lawrence, MA: Food trucks serve up tacos and controversy
A fleet of food trucks rolled into the city last week and opened for business in a courtyard beside City Hall, where they served up tacos and teriyaki and a full plate of controversy over whether they'll be good for traditional downtown restaurants and sandwich shops or siphon off their fair-weather customers.
Toronto, CAN: Food trucks need more room to grow, advocates say
Food truck operators say the city needs to create more room on the road to allow for a vibrant, growing street food scene.
Indianapolis, IND: Meet Scratch food truck’s pop-up restaurant
An Irvington spot is the first step toward a permanent location
Gainesville, FL: Food trucks replace “brick & mortar” restaurants?
It's a family affair for one of the carts at the First Friday Food Truck rally.
Los Angeles, CA: The Chairman, a San Francisco Chinese food truck, just opened a...
The Chairman, a food truck and restaurant from San Francisco that specializes in Chinese-style steamed and baked baos, has opened a branch in the downtown Arts District.
Ontario, CAN: Smokin’ Piggy brings Louisiana-style food to Bradford’s downtown core
Smokin’ Piggy Louisiana Smoke House – now situated at its brick-and-mortar location behind 4 Holland Street West – has come a long way from its food truck origination.
Boston, MA: Chicken and Rice Guys Finally Hatch Medford Location on Monday
Medford Square will soon be filled with chicken plates.
Syracuse, NY: PB&J’s Lunch Box – Syracuse food truck rolls into a ‘brick and...
This week, she is converting the restaurant space inside the Imperial Gardens apartments at James and Oak streets into a "brick and mortar" location for PB&J's Lunch Box. She expects to open on Monday.
Ithaca, NY: Food Trucks and Restaurants Battle Over Hours, Terrain
Under the current policy, food trucks may not operate closer than 200 linear feet from the nearest brick and mortar restaurant.