Truck serves free meals, sells food to benefit the Chittenden Emergency Food Shelf
Church Street Marketplace will host “Food Cart Wednesdays” the first four Wednesdays in July.
The city is hosting an interactive public workshop next week on updating the rules for food trucks in Burlington.
is new cart, Pincho,officially debuts this Wednesday in City Hall Park. Starting next week, he’ll be there Monday through Friday — from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. — for the duration of the outdoor eating season.
Clover Food Lab, the vegetarian quick-serve concept that started as a food truck, has just opened a brick-and-mortar spot in Burlington. The opening marks the company’s first suburban store and its third location.
Wai, and the food-truck vendors, are hoping that kind of excitement will keep diners coming back weekly to the Truck Stop. Wai promised more vendors — double the trucks next week, in fact — and shorter wait times in the future.
Of course, eating food out of a truck is a hit or miss because other than the Skinny Pancake Airstream, they can be rather scathing from a quick look.
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There’s a new truck rumbling around downtown Burlington serving piping hot jambalaya, pork sauce piquant, red beans and rice and other authentic Louisiana fare.