Tag: urban food
Food trucks offer a unique take on food, something different than you would find in many restaurants,” Yeo says. “They offer higher quality at a lower price, which means people are more willing to experiment and try new dishes.
The Energy Café community mobile kitchen was stolen from its temporary base in Hackney
Fort Worth’s urban food truck scene is slowly but surely starting to take root in redeveloping walkable neighborhoods near downtown, and here’s the newest example.
The Wiener Man will be serving up all-beef hot dogs on fresh artisan bread, topped with local produce and homemade sauces and chili.
It only took about 18 months but the Chronicle’s junior arts columnist Lisa Gray finally got around to mentioning the problems with the City of Houston regulations for mobile food vendors.
The bill, sponsored by Assemblyman Gilbert "Whip" Wilson, D-Camden, would allow private vendors to operate food trucks or similar mobile venues to sell fresh produce to underserved "food desert" communities.
E-Dogz is more than just a food truck, it is a Mobile Culinary Community Center. And what exactly does that mean? Food is a medium for social interaction.