Their business brings together one of the hot new trends in small business, food carts and mobile food trucks, with good old fashioned soda fountain.
Street food is almost a given when traveling. There are several benefits: convenience, price, insight into local culture.
A City Council committee has approved changed to the food truck ordinance that would allow them to operate in more areas of the city.
Apparently the Yorkville renovation left no room for several street vendors, forcing out eight hot dog stands (some of which have operated in the area for 15 to 20 years), two retailers and an ice cream truck.
In a time when it seems like the entire city and culinary world has gone gaga for food trucks, no matter how good their wares are, it takes a lot to show culinary restraint.
Bison, frybread, tamales and more could be on the way to Bowling Green this spring, thanks to what may be the city’s first Native American food truck.
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