Tag: mobile vendors

Vancouver: Grilled Cheese, Korean Fusion Among Street Treats

"If you like good food, you've come to the right place," said Mayor Gregor Robertson. "This is affordable street food and it reflects Vancouver's cultural diversity -and it creates some truly new opportunities for local entrepreneurs."

More Food Carts Could Be Coming To Minneapolis

A proposal before the Minneapolis City Council could double the amount of mobile food vendors around the city and expand the reach beyond downtown.

Crunch Time Monday in Lathrop Taco Truck Debate

With the 30-day window allotted by the Lathrop City Council officially over, the council will now prepare to hear whether the restaurant owners and the mobile vendors have reached any sort of agreement in regards to where and how long the lunch trucks should be able to operate in the community.

Mobile Food Bylaw Defeated

Two mobile food vendors in Tofino are left with the option of re-applying for temporary use permits after council voted against a bylaw amendment which would have allowed them to operate within the Official Community Plan.


Borough Administrator Stanley Sickels told the council that after consulting with Sobel, he recommended that mobile vending be limited to a single spot on Oakland Street, between the station and West Street.

Minneapolis: Doug Kress and the State of the Street (Vendor)

Now that the trial period has expired, MinneapolisCity Council must decide on whether or not to allow the expansion of food trucks to continue.

Lodi’s Inaugural Taco Truck Cook-Off May Signal New Era for Mobile Vendors

This summer, Shannon and other taco truck regulars will have a chance to help decide which of Lodi's vendors offers the best fare in town - at the city's inaugural taco truck cook-off. It's an event some say could help forge a bond between the city and the mobile food vendors who have been the center of controversy in recent years.

LA: Breadbar Rolls Out Hatchi Truck Stop, Its Next Phase of Temporary Dining

Each food truck chef decamps from his/her mobile vehicle and, just like before, hops into the Breadbar kitchen to prepare eight courses priced at $8 each.

Richmond, CA: Hopes to Rein in Unlicensed Street Food Vendors

The City Council voted this month to place a 45-day moratorium on new permits for mobile vendors, to allow time to flesh out that plan.

DC: Groups Urge City To Tax Sales From Food Trucks

Alexander said “But they’re making a sizable amount of income. … We want things to be fair” between the trucks and existing, brick-and-mortar restaurants.