The truck made its debut last week in Flatirons Office Park, just as the Boulder City Council clarified its regulations, allowing such trucks to operate in industrial area rights of way.
Sure the trucks bring new menu choices and new energy to the streets. But like all good things, too much can be too much.
Chef Hosea Rosenberg said he and other officials decided to shut down StrEat Chefs, a company launched last year to serve international street fare from an Airstream trailer.
Looking to become more inviting to mobile food vendors, Boulder officials Tuesday night moved ahead the first reading of new rules that would allow food trucks to sell their goods in limited public places.
In the city of Boulder, selling food from a vehicle is illegal. For now, the handful of food trucks that have sprung up around the city in recent months are allowed to sell their food as "caterers" on private property.