Tag: catering

Wilmington, NC: Food truck tracker September 28 – October 4: Find your favorite trucks

The food truck tracker is a place to find where your favorite trucks will be this week.

Houston, TX: Covid-19 Is Creating Detours for Houston’s Food Trucks

Big dreams have been delayed because of the coronavirus, but the food is still being served.

Suffolk County, NY: Food Trucks For Good – LI Cares Offers Mobile Breakfast For...

A golden truck will soon be rolling around Suffolk County, offering healthy meals to children in need.

National News: Roaming Hunger Launches In-Office Food Truck Catering Nationwide

In-Office Food Truck Catering is perfect for team meetings, cold weather luncheons or small groups. It’s also the best solution for companies looking to get a tasty food truck to the office when there is no time to truly appreciate the food truck experience.

Melbourne, FL: Jersey Girl takes her state’s food to the streets

The Fort Monmouth, for example, includes provolone, cheddar, bacon and tomato served on white or whole wheat bread

Athens, OH: Chocolate food truck to open this weekend

Petru Chocolate will officially open on Saturday. The business is owned by Stacy Peters of Athens — the former owner of O’Chocolate.

Oak Park Heights, MN: Oak Park Heights bans most food truck operations in city

The city of Oak Park Heights has banned most food trucks from operating in the city. Some exceptions exist for private catering events and limited nonprofit sales events.

Garfton, OH: Nosh Box, 216 Bistro Food Truck Owners to Open Restaurant

Twenty’s will offer breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday along with weekend brunch. In addition to the regular menu, popular food truck items will make appearances as specials of the day.

Wilmington, NC: Poor Piggy’s BBQ And Catering Under New Ownership

Poor Piggy’s began catering parties and entering barbecue competitions back in 2010.

Washington, DC: City approves food truck regulations

The advent of Ada’s first food truck prompted city officials Monday to take steps to regulate those businesses.