Siler says the start-up costs of the food truck were about one-fifth of a restaurant in a building. And he has to follow the same permits and pass all health inspections just like any other restaurant.
Nashville is still relatively new to the food truck phenomenon, so it will be something of a landmark moment when three popular trucks.
We’ve got tacos on wheels and a late-night greasy slice in the running for Nashville’s reigning champ in the mobile-food-truck race. Come Black...