The air might still have a winter chill in Chicago, but it will feel a bit like spring at Daley Plaza this morning, as the city’s Food Truck Fests will make their debut for the year.
Eastman Egg has a strong Hyde Park connection. Freidenberg is a month away from getting her undergraduate degree at the U. of C., while Eastman’s founder and CEO, Hunter Eastman Swartz, is a student at the U. of C.’s Booth School of Business, and chief operating officer Drew Davis is a business school alum.
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The nation’s first doggie food truck features natural, organic treats, including doggie frozen yogurts and Midwest-sourced natural chews for dogs and cats.
Two aldermen introduced ordinances to restrict food carts in Chicago, less than a day after they were legalized by the City Council.
Chicago's street food scene is about to undergo a major overhaul. Thursday morning, the City Council voted to offer food cart licenses.
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The food trucks will be in the parking lot, which will be fenced in. There will also be a mainstage there with live entertainment, including Ring Shout & Friends.
Northbrook natives Alex Robinson, Neal Bassett and Tyler Cullitan take their Happy Lobster truck to the Loop every weekday morning.
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