Tag: Food Truck Courts

Miami, FL: The Wynwood Yard adds Sakaya Kitchen’s Dim Ssam to its roster

The Wynwood Yard in Miami is adding Sakaya Kitchen’s Dim Ssam a gogo to its roster of outstanding food concepts

Little Rock, AR: Little Rock’s First Indoor Food Truck Court Opens Jan. 19

Little Rock’s first indoor food truck court is opening Jan. 19, with indoor seating, free Wi-Fi, restrooms and lots of parking.

Little Rock, AR: Indoor food truck court coming to downtown LR

For the first time in downtown Little Rock history, local foodies will be able to dine at their favorite food truck without having to face the elements.

Worcester, MA: Whiskey on Water pairs food trucks and whiskey on Worcester’s Water Street

Food trucks from across the state are being invited to park in the back lot and serve exclusively to Whiskey on Water patrons on a weekly rotation. The owners say they've partnered with some trucks already, including the popular Worcester truck The Dogfather, but are inviting more to apply.

Littlerock, AR: Courting the Food Truck Crowd

Station 801 bringing new foodservice concept to Little Rock

Little Rock, AR: Courting the Food Truck Crowd

A new food truck court with modern amenities will bring food trucks together in one place, with a space for indoor dining, as well as to-go dining.

Washington, DC: D.C. Tire Factory May Be Designated a Historic Landmark

DCPL Manager for Outreach and Grants Tisha Allen told The Washington Postthat there is currently no timetable for the landmarking process, which has the potential to take a few years.

Little Rock, AR: Indoor food truck court coming to downtown LR

Food trucks in downtown Little Rock will soon be able to cater to the customer by going indoors and not making the customer face the elements.

Toronto, CAN: Food trucks at Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival

Bundle up and prepare yourself for an afternoon of great drinks and delicious winter eats.

Vancouver, CAN: Is Vancouver street food really “too expensive”?

A Vancouver food truck experience is more communal than dining in a restaurant,” points out Ng. “People mingle and have conversations while waiting in line to order and when waiting for their food. You’ll also feel the buzz of the city so much more because you’re on the streets, often interacting directly with the food truck operators. It’s a fun experience and great for those who enjoy an edgier experience!