Tag: restaurateurs

National News: Is The Food Truck Industry Running Out Of Gas?

Leveraging self-contained, mobile kitchens, restaurateurs have served up a surprisingly wide range of cuisines at various daily locations, typically in dense urban markets.

Montreal, CAN: Street Food Vendors Get Cautious Nod

They want to avoid situations such as those seen in Ottawa, which opened the door wide to vendors in 1994. They had 105 sign up, resulting in too much competition and physical fights over prime spots. It took Ottawa and the law of supply and demand 10 years to cull them back to a manageable 36 sidewalk carts and 15 chip wagons.

Fast Casuals, QSRs Most Likely to Run Food Trucks

Full-service operators did not believe food trucks would become more popular in future.

Nashville: Commission Takes Step Toward Finalizing Food Truck Regulations

"We don’t want to block anybody’s business,” he said. “We don’t want to be a safety hazard.”

Not Your Father’s ‘Roach Coach’

Ric Guerrero of the Slidin' Thru truck and other local entrepreneurs insist they're now offering a higher grade of near-gourmet cuisine from their mobile eateries

Columbia, SC to Consider Changing Mobile Eatery Ordinance

Columbia's City Council is set to take up amending an ordinance governing temporary vendors or food trucks in the city limits.

Food Truck Trailer Park in Lower Greenville will Open in Early 2012

A “food truck trailer park” planned for Lower Greenville will start construction late this summer.

Out & About It’s Time KC Got a Food Flea Market

Packaged goods sold, too, but a majority of the vendors are there to fill your belly with something made right in front of your eyes.

Why Baltimore Could Drive Food Trucks to the ‘Burbs

City Hall has done little to live up to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's tweet: “My administration will support Food Trucks in Baltimore.”

Sacramento: Mobile Food Truck Petition Presented to City Council

A petition signed by more than 3,700 fans of food trucks was presented at Thursday night's City Council meeting.