If one food truck is good he thought, then a bunch of trucks with a bunch of different cuisines, all in one place, must be great.
Street vendors especially taco trucks are looked down upon by the city’s law enforcement, as many of the vendors are illegal immigrants trying to survive in the poorest neighborhoods of Los Angeles.
During Wednesday and Friday nights, Chatsworth Street in Granada Hills has become host to more than 25 gourmet food trucks that set up shop and sell their culinary creations on the boulevard.
Los Angeles officials are preparing to embark on a very different strategy: embracing street vending.
There is one other mobile food facility in downtown Turlock, the Saucy Girls Food Truck. Owner Kari Hernandez spoke in favor of allowing mobile vendors to continue in the downtown area. Her truck is at 416 E. Main St., near Pacific Tire & Wheel.
That's one of the pieces we've been talking to folks about. Anybody selling food would need to meet public health department regulations.
Come join us for the first annual San Francisco Chowder Festival at SoMa StrEat Food Park.
A coalition of Bay Area food trucks known as “Off The Grid” is joining together to help Typhoon victims get back on their feet.
City staff have proposed regulating the food trucks’ proximity to restaurants, limiting their hours of operation and a creating a permit system for both property owners and food truck operators.
Your guide to the Trabuco Hills High food trucks for Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013.