Tag: MI

East Lansing, MI: MSU Food Trucks Offer Taste of State – On The Go

The beef in the smoked cheddar cheeseburger comes from MSU’s herds, either on campus or in the Upper Peninsula. The smoked cheddar and sharp cheddar (the official name leaves out the latter) come at least partly from MSU dairy cows and entirely from the MSU Dairy Store. The greens come from the university’s Student Organic Farm.

Detroit, MI: The Truck Stops Here

Mobile food vendors — and their growing base of customers — rally ’round a hot concept

Kansas, MI: The Star’s Food Truck Friday is Rescheduled for June 7

Earlier this month, bad weather rained out The Star’s Food Truck Friday, a gathering of Kansas City food trucks in the newspaper’s parking lot at 18th and McGee.

Dearborn, MI: Food Trucks Return to Dearborn Beginning May 17

The June 7 Food Truck Rally will be part of the West Dearborn Block Party. The block party, a celebration of local business and live music, will take place June 7 and 8.

Traverse City, MI: Traverse City Food Truck Owner Optimistic About City’s New Rules, Even...

Despite some opposition by downtown restaurant owners, commissioners at their regular meeting on Monday, May 6 agreed to allow food trucks to operate on city property in select areas following a year of study and debate over the issue.

Traverse City, MI: Food Trucks Approved; Five Heading Downtown

The ordinance's passage paves the way for Gary and Allison Jonas, who are preparing for an anticipated May 18 opening of their new full-service bar The Little Fleet, housed in the former Jack's Market building on East Front Street. The business, which will operate seven days a week from 11 a.m.-midnight, will host five permanent food trucks in its lot, with possible room for one or two more.

Traverse City, MI: Will Food Trucks Soon Be Rolling into Downtown Traverse City?

The ordinance would allow up to two mobile food vendors to operate on city property from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. in four different city parking lots. The proposed areas would be downtown and on State Street between Pine and Union.

Grand Rapids, MI: New Grand Rapids Food Truck in the Works from Owners of...

Due to its smaller size, which makes it difficult to cram-in too much cooking equipment, Lee said the new truck may sell cold items like deli sandwiches.

East Lansing, MI: New MSU Food Truck Debuts on Campus

The truck will be in action through the rest of the semester and into the summer, with current plans of running from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday

Seminole, MI: Food Truck Wars Back, to Continue Mobile Trend

It's a less expensive way for people to enjoy eating out. It's helping the economy by virtue of the fact that it's an inexpensive way for people to create a business.