“We basically do food that we want to eat, and we feel comfortable giving to other people,”
"We're paying our bills and making payroll and figuring it all out," Hahn said.
I didn't realize how difficult it was for food trucks to get licensed in the city of Detroit until I came across a paragraph in a blog called Dining in Detroit
Every cuisine has a cart somewhere in the U.S. — a little restaurant with no building, low overhead, and plenty of hungry customers. All of this is true of Mark’s Carts in Ann Arbor, which opened earlier this month.
Opening day of Mark’s Carts, what eventually will be a collection of 10 individually owned and operated street food carts.
People who moved here, who started projects here, who opened smaller buildings, catering trucks and more.