Asheville, NC: 51 Coxe food truck lot opens with beer, other amenities

The food truck lot at 51 Coxe Ave. opened in 2012 as the first space in which trucks were allowed to legally set up shop in downtown Asheville, the end result of a long-simmering debate between the city and vendors.

Asheville, NC: More Food Truck Options on the Way

The vegan, mostly raw-food trailer that launched in August offers “guilt-free” smoothies, juices, salads, entrees and desserts.

Asheville, NC: Asheville’s Masonic Lodge to Open Its Lot To Food Trucks

Space could host two trucks, farmers market, dining area, more

Asheville, NC: City Looking at Food Trucks in Biltmore Village

The city for years banned food trucks downtown. But after plenty of heated debate that pitted restaurant owners against the food trucks, City Council agreed last year to allow the trucks with restrictions.

Asheville, NC: Food Trucks Prepping Downtown Parking Lot

One of the city’s newest culinary trends