Tag: Columbia

Columbia, SC: 2nd Annual S.C. Food Truck, Craft Beer Festival

The second annual South Carolina Food Truck, Craft Beer festival is coming back for a another year and this time promoters are promising the head aches from the first festival have been addressed.

Columbia, SC: Food trucks, music and more Sunday at SC Farmers Market

It’s the perfect get-outside-on-a-January-day event with several activities to appeal to everyone in your group.

Columbia, MO: Family-run food truck serves up Cuban cuisine and culture

"Cuban culture is a little bit more loud and inclusive, in that if you're invited over to someone's house, you bring your whole family and everyone's there," she said.

Columbia, MO: New food truck rolls into Columbia

To make the Baby Back Burger, the chefs smoke pork spareribs for six hours, then pull the meat off the bone and form it into patties. The patties are then seared and smothered with broccoli slaw.

Columbia, SC: Four wheels, creative meals – City embraces food trucks

What Hay thought was a passing interest has firmly taken hold in Columbia. In 2011, the city issued seven food truck permits. Today, that number has nearly doubled to 13, down slightly from a high of 15 last year. Experts predict more will roll out.

Columbia, MO: Downtown Leaders Urge Columbia – Allow Food Trucks on Streets

Vendors would be required to reserve the parking spots in advance and to lease special signs that inform residents when the spots are reserved. The vendors would also be required to pay the regular parking meter fees.

Columbia, MO: Columbia High School Students Can Eat From Food Truck

A food truck will soon be part of the lunch time choices for students at Columbia high schools.

Columbia, MO: New Food Truck to Bring Southern Flair to Columbia

By Claire Boston, Shannon Elliott  | Columbia Missourian COLUMBIA — After a year of planning, Bryan Maness finally rolled his food truck into town Thursday. After...

San Diego, CA: Food Trucks vs. Restaurants in Downtown

In San Diego, we wanted to first test the waters to see if we would have a problem parking our trucks down there, but now we’ve started these weekly street closures so we’d have an organized way to have food trucks and it wouldn’t be a free for all with trucks parking on the streets