Curbside 8 is “an open-air market” style of food truck, Housing & Food Services says.
In New York, fast food restaurants with drive-up windows are eclipsed by fast food trucks with walk-up windows.
Well, who doesn't like grilled cheese? You know it's like, when you're sick, when you're feeling great, when you wake up in the morning, you can eat one.
With the animal fat freely a-flowin' on most local food trucks, what's a meat-eschewer to do? While Miami's mobile food scene continues to grow, it's still behind other cities' in its lack of vegetarian options. The Raaga Cart showed promise during Art Basel especially, but its owners have day jobs and it hasn't been seen around much since.
Tyson Bees, a truck traveling to various neighborhoods dispensing kimchi-laced tacos to the masses, manned by Tyson Wong Ophaso, whose culinary influences are diverse enough to give Google Maps a challenge.