Tag: brick and mortar business

Malaysia: Expensive rental cause more food truck operators quit business

By Nur Haziqah A Malek |  The Malaysian Reserve SINCE its boom in popularity a few years ago, the trendy food truck industry has been hit...

Houston, TX: Popular Houston waffle food truck rolls out new brick and mortar spot

By Eric Sandler  |  Culture Map Houston One of Houston’s most popular food trucks has finally opened its brick and mortar restaurant. The Waffle Bus has entered...

Sacramento, CA: For Food Trucks, A Road to Success

By Editor  |  The Comstocks Magazine Keith Breedlove didn’t want to open a restaurant. “We enjoyed the truck, we enjoyed the freedom,” he says of...

Fort Collins, CO: Fort Collins food truck La Piadina to open new location at...

By Erin Udell  |  The Coloradoan  Apparently, Menyus Borocz just can't get enough of metal boxes. Borocz, who opened his Italian flatbread food truck, La Piadina, in Fort Collins six...

Nashville, TN: Food Trucks & Restaurants in Dispute Over Operation Areas

Food trucks are quickly becoming a staple on the streets of Nashville, selling items from burgers to shakes to the ever-popular grilled cheese sandwich.

Nashville: Food Truck Operators & Business Owners make their case as the City Considers...

Several brick-and-mortar business owners also spoke, including the manager of the downtown Margaritaville franchise

Concessionaire City: Ferndale Sees Most Street Food Vendor Requests in Recent Memory

"Since I've been here, in four years, this is the most we've seen," City Clerk Cherilynn Tallman said.

Changing Gears: Midwest Food Trucks Hit Legal Roadblocks

Food trucks are a hot trend in cities from LA to Denver. They’ve transformed the way people think about the restaurant business.

Jersey City: City Council Tables New Regulations for Portable Food Vendors

Jersey City City Council tonight tabled a measure proposing sweeping changes to the city’s ordinance regulating food trucks and pushcarts, after numerous food vendors called the proposals too restrictive and possibly unconstitutional.