Tag: Dinges

NYC: Food Trucks Shooed From Midtown

The Treats Truck, which has sold cookies and brownies for four years during lunchtime at West 45th Street near Avenue of the Americas, has been told by police officers that it is no longer welcome there, nor at its late-afternoon 38th Street and Fifth Avenue location.

The Evolution of Food Trucks

More and more cities are adopting trucks – but the function of the truck is evolving, too!

NYC: City’s Top Food Vendors Offer Tasty Trip Through Central Park

Seventeen of the city's top gourmet vendors who feed foodies across the city's parks will be showing off their culinary prowess during Wednesday's "Taste of Parks" event at Central Park's Arsenal.

Brooklyn, NY: Prospect Park Food Truck Rally Goes Monthly

About a dozen gourmet food trucks will be converging on Grand Army Plaza once a month beginning Sunday for a “Food Truck Rally.”

NYC: Disguised as Breakfast, Dessert Served for Lunch

The taxicab-yellow Wafels and Dinges truck, which has trolled the streets since 2007, has become a mainstay.

Redesigning Food Trucks – AWESOME!

FOOD TRUCKS may be riding the Twitter-crazed foodie wave, but their design hasn't yet caught up.

NYC: Kitchen Campaigns: For Mobile Ones, Against Temporary Ones

It should come as no surprise that New York's gourmet food trucks have gone from being on culinary rebels on the fringe of the restaurant industry to taking an active part in the legislative process.

Entrepreneurs Use Street Stands & Food Trucks to Build Brands

Thomas DeGeest is trying. In 2006, the native of Belgium chucked an engineering career at IBM to start Wafels & Dinges, selling topping-laden Belgian waffles and other gourmet desserts out of a truck downtown. He now has five vehicles and nearly 25 employees.

NYC: Navigating the Maze of Food Trucks Around Campus

In New York, fast food restaurants with drive-up windows are eclipsed by fast food trucks with walk-up windows.

NYC: Upper East Siders Oppose Central Park’s Upscale Street Eats

As licenses expire, the Parks Department is slowly replacing some of the roughly 55 hot dog carts in and around Central Park with "specialty food carts" — a new breed of vendors who often offer gourmet treats that are devoutly chronicled by foodie blogs such as Midtown Lunch and New York Street Food.

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