Tag: CA

Roseville, CA: Food Trucks Coming to Elk Grove, Roseville, Carmichael This Week

By  Renee Schiavone  |  Roseville Patch Looking to catch a bite on the run?  Or just curious what all those food trucks parked in town have...

Mission Viejo, CA: Food Trucks – Empanadas, Crepes and Spinach-Stuffed Burgers

Crave something different for dinner Wednesday night? The following food trucks will be parked at Trabuco Hills High

Menlo Park, CA: Off the Grid Food Truck Company Plans Menlo Park Expansion

A Bay Area food truck management companyoffering lunchtime food truck options here at Stanford—is seeking to expand into Menlo Park despite pushback from local business owners.

Los Angeles, CA: Ricky’s Fish Tacos Debuts New Food Truck – It’s Go Time

By  Javier Cabral  |   LA Times Ricky’s Fish Tacos is finally legit. As of noon today, Ricky Pina, who makes some of the best fish...

Riverside, CA: Gourmet Food Trucks are Tolerable in Riverside County—Finally!

The ordinance specifically allows for reasonable time, place and manner restrictions, which cities in Riverside County may put in place if they wish

San Francisco, CA: Sameer Siddiqui of Pakistani Food Truck RickShaw Stop on Doing Homework...

I don’t think I we’d have the success if it wasn’t for my wife and my business background. But it’s one of those things that we’re trying to take the best out of those backgrounds and put them into something brand new.

San Jose, CA: Firefighters’ Food-Truck Filipino Fundraiser — Today!

Sam's Chowder Mobile and Chutney Mary's will be at the San Jose lunchtime event -- from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. -- to benefit typhoon victims.

San Diego, CA: Linda Vista Planning Group News – December 2013

Oversized vehicle parking, living wages and food truck restrictions were the top three issues on the table at the Nov. 26 meeting of the Linda Vista Planning Group, a city-sanctioned advisory body representing the residents of Linda Vista.

Squaw Valley, CA: Food Truck Movement Comes to Squaw and Alpine

Food trucks are super trendy on their own, but they also have the ability to introduce and showcase new trends within food

Los Angeles, CA: L.A. Leaders Move to Legalize Street Vending

Legalizing street food would make it safer for consumers, because taco stands would be subject to inspections by the county Health Department. Income from city vending permits or fees could fund tougher police enforcement against illegal sellers.