Food trucks are more susceptible to trials and tribulations during the angriest winter months.
"It's changing a lot from the standard hot dogs and hamburgers," said Tim Carver.
Austin's newest shoe boutique, BOOTLEG, in a 30-foot airstream trailer.
Nadeau, owner of the Ocean Roll mobile food truck, uses it to sell lobster rolls and clams cakes.
They are lining up, not just because they're hungry, but hungry to do something positive.
The birth of Louisa Smith's mobile, gluten-free bakery began with the $1,000 purchase of a vintage camping trailer.
They launched last year and were the only truck crazy enough to stay on the roads this entire, frigid, long winter. "We might be reconsidering that this year."
An aerosol-painted truck selling gourmet hamburgers could soon hit city streets under a scheme by two Adelaide men.
Perusing eBay, Clean Plate Charlie found an ad for a company here in Fort Lauderdale that sells food trucks. Low Price Trailers has fully loaded food trucks in stock or will custom-make one to your specificiations.
All you have to do is turn your television to the Food Network to see that from Los Angeles to New York, local and gourmet creations are being dished out to the hungry masses from mobile restaurants—and Tucson is no exception regarding this trend.
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