The City of Knoxville’s Office of Business Support has gathered extensive public feedback and finalized a proposed permanent ordinance regulating food trucks.
Dinner Bell Fresh and Holy Smokin' BBQ will be at our North Knoxville studios for lunch on payday.
"We're going to look at office districts and look at adding a threshold to allow the operation only in those districts if the parcels are a certain size,"
The city of Knoxville is hearing from the public on a proposed food truck ordinance.
“My vision of perfection was closing down the truck right before the (football) game, and then coming back and opening the truck after the game, and being a part of the atmosphere along with everybody else,” Linder said. “It wasn’t a matter of just selling sandwiches.”
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The mobile food vendor pilot program confines food truck vending in the downtown area to five specific and limited zones.
Knoxville's first downtown food truck served lunch for the first time Thursday under the city's pilot program, and business was good.
The trucks seemed to start at the Farmers’ Market in downtown Knoxville and from there began popping up around the city with locations and days posted on their social media sites.
The corner of Union Avenue and Walnut Street were lined with delicious food from area food trucks for the monthly 'Food Truck Block Party'.