Tag: Falafel

Bite Of Minnesota: Food Trucks Returning

I’m also looking forward to the food trucks hitting the streets. It is sure to be an explosion of food options due to loosened regulation and increased interest in starting mobile food carts.


Join us for a walking tour of some of the best street food vendors in midtown Manhattan, including current and past Vendy Award Winners and Finalists. Of course, we will sample their wares along the way.

Asheville: Entrepreneur Won’t Give Up on Falafel Truck Dream

So Phillips bought a used food truck from Florida for $20,000 and set about her dream of making a decent living by cooking and selling her own food, in her case, Lebanese street food.

NY: CRISP Falafel is Taking to the Streets

Taïm Mobile will soon be getting some competition out on the streets. CRISP, which has three brick-and-mortar locations in New York City, will be getting a truck that's hitting the pavement on April 4.

Elmira, NY: Jewish Food Festival To Take Place

The festival takes the form of a New York City street market, modeled on the fabled Hester Street, the Jewish immigrant neighborhood circa 1900.

Food Trucks: From Fad to Fixture

“I did research, and I wanted to start a restaurant. I always wanted to have my own place,” he says. “What made sense was the food truck.”

San Francisco Food Truck Empire Expanding

One reason the "mobile restaurants," as some prefer to call them, have been "exploding" of late, said William Bender, a food service consultant in Santa Clara.

British Street Food Awards 2011

The best street food is cheap and fresh. Unlike a lot of restaurant food, which is expensive and left standing on a hot-plate until some sniffy waiter deigns to pick it up and bring it to your table.

Upscale Food Trucks and Carts Destined for NYC Parks

When you think gourmet lunch, a food cart in the park probably isn't the first thing that springs to mind, but the Parks Department is hoping to change that.

Food Trucks: From Fad to Fixture

You will discover foods vehicles that cater only to the lunch crowd, and others to only the dinner rush; some do each. Lots of foods vehicles are nomadic, posting a week’s-worth of locations on web-sites which include Twitter and Facebook and producing them reliant on their customers’ Internet savvy to guide them to their existing locations.