Tag: New Haven

New Haven, CT: New Haven hosts food truck festival Saturday

The second annual New Haven Food Truck Festival runs from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

New Haven, CT: New Haven Considers Revising Rules for Food Truck Vendors

New Haven officials are considering raising the permit fees for the booming food trucks business.

New Haven, CT: New Haven seeks to overhaul food truck ordinances, with some site...

The city’s Economic Development Department is developing a wide-ranging plan to strengthen ordinances governing food vendors and to implement new fees and initiatives that could have a far-reaching impact on how the city’s thriving mobile food-vending industry operates.

New Haven, CT: Food Truck Fees Could Soar To $5,100

City officials have begun shopping around a proposal to set new rules for New Haven’s booming food-truck industry — including jacking up annual permit fees from $200 to $5,100.

Sioux Falls, SD: Boxcar Beef & Dogs Brings Chicago Eats to Sioux Falls

They prepare all their food fresh every day. You can get your fill of chili cheese dogs, chili cheese fries, Italian beef-n-sausage sandwiches, and more.

New Haven, CT: Lunch Box 23 – Diminutive Diversity On A Bun

The sandwiches at Lunch Box 23 are deceptively diminutive, but you'd be surprised how much flavor chef Maurice Watson packs between two halves of a miniature sesame-seed bun.

New Haven, CT: New Haven Food Truck Fest On Waterfront

More food truck mania: New Haven hosting its first food truck fest

New Haven, CT: The Meat Truck – A Carnivore’s Dream

Half-pound burgers are big sellers, topped with bacon and bleu cheese sauce or spicy jalapeno and sriracha. Truckgoers also love the handmade oversized empanadas, stuffed with beef picadillo or buffalo chicken.

North Haven, CT: New Wallingford Food Truck Features Gourmet Baked Potatoes

The Spud Stud serves hotdogs and hamburgers, but specializes in gourmet baked potatoes

New Haven, CT: New Haven’s Fryborg Food Truck Hits Every Spot

The Elm City has not been immune to the food truck/cart explosion of the last couple years. We're starting to see mobile gourmet eats parked a few feet from regular neighborhood staples like hot dogs, burritos and Chinese food to-go.