Tag: Closings

Staunton, VA: Staunton food truck Saucy Bird will close in November

By Laura Peters  |  News Leader STAUNTON - The fried chicken and cajun fries will be no more at The Saucy Bird come Nov. 9. According...

Madison, WI: Pots-n-Tots food cart closing for good after crash on Beltline destroys truck

By Emily Hamer   |  Wisconsin State Journal After a crash on the Beltline Wednesday flipped and destroyed the Pots-n-Tots food truck, Madison residents will no...

Snohomish County, WA: Machias Food Truck Marketplace to live on at new site

A gathering spot for families, craftsmen, musicians and food trucks narrowly escaped closing by making plans to move to a parking area along the Centennial Trail.

Colorado Springs, CO: Food trucks looking for new home in downtown Colorado Springs

In experimental collection of mobile food trucks at the corner of North Nevada and East Platte avenues will be closing down by the end of the month.

Manhattan, KS: Food trucks fill in for Union food court

The food court in the K-State Student Union closed Friday to make space for changes brought about by phase two of the Union renovation.

San Antonio, TX: Food truck scene continues to grow in San Antonio

Boardwalk on Bulverde to close after 5 years; bigger facility to be built

San Antonio, TX: San Antonio’s first food truck park Boardwalk on Bulverde to close,...

San Antonio’s first food truck park will bid adieu this weekend during its final Food Truck Throw Down.

St. Louis, MO: Food truck Shell’s Coastal Cuisine to end service

Food truck Shell's Coastal Cuisine, which serves Florida- and Caribbean-inspired fare, will stop service after this week, ending a run of four-and-a-half years.

Milwaukee, WI: Last Week for Pita Brothers Food Truck, As Owners Focus on Storefront

Friday will be the last day on the streets for popular food truck Pita Brothers, at least for a while.

Washington, DC: A Final Stop for CapMac, with A Pledge to Return

lot of trucks don’t get to leave on their own terms. They get pushed out or forced out and in the culinary school, they say, ‘ Change your job every three or four years’ because you’ll burn out