Following on from the success of a one-off food event in Windsor last month, Downey Park Food Trucks are set to become a permanent fixture.
The mobile food vendor pilot program confines food truck vending in the downtown area to five specific and limited zones.
Long lines are forming as customers check out what food trucks rolling into Traverse City have to offer. Down on Front Street, there’s a busy corner where dozens of customers are taking advantage of a variety offered by four different trucks.
Foodies descended upon an empty parking lot Saturday for the grand opening of Houston's long-awaited first food truck park.
It started as a localized trend, but over the past three years, food-truck dining — a newer segment of the Arizona restaurant industry — has blown up into a Valley-wide movement.
Wai, and the food-truck vendors, are hoping that kind of excitement will keep diners coming back weekly to the Truck Stop. Wai promised more vendors — double the trucks next week, in fact — and shorter wait times in the future.
"The waits have been crazy long all day,” North Raleigh resident Roxanne Hoover said as she waited in line for Parle-vous Crepes, one of the more popular trucks. She said she’d been in line for nearly 45 minutes.
No doubt, there was a little stress involved that morning as Philip waited on his wife, Danielle, to bring back a distributor coil from an auto parts store so they could make it to the Green's Food Truck Wednesday event - the first of what organizers hope will become a summer tradition.
Food trucks in Arlington will have a whole two hours to sell their goodies now, as the county board unanimously approved doubling the previous one-hour parking limit Tuesday.