Randy Wolken, the regional franchisee for Gandolfo’s Deli Sandwiches has been working hard to get his food truck on the road.
I do absolutely everything in the trailer, though I have a commissary where I store my stuff. I do lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., so I start to cook in the morning about 10 a.m. My tortillas are made fresh every day. I make ten gallons of my chronic lemonade per day.
The group is trying to figure out a way to limit the growing number of food trucks gathering around lunchtime in the Studio City area.
San Francisco’s food-truck industry is changing its permitting process, putting the Department of Public Works in charge starting March 7.
Some cities have specific ordinances that either allow or do not allow mobile food trucks to sell food in their city limits.