Tag: Food Truck Pod

Carbondale, IL: Carbondale City Council approves use of food trucks on public property

Food trucks in Carbondale could soon be a reality as the Carbondale City Council approved an ordinance Tuesday allowing their use in certain locations on public property.

Wichita, KS: Food trucks soon could be part of WSU Innovation Campus

WSU has announced it's building a food truck plaza as part of its new Innovation Campus.

Rochester, MN: Food trucks may be a summer food option for City of Rochester

Food trucks could be pulling up to the curbs of Rochester this summer.

Whitby, CAN: Rotary Club of Whitby’s Food Truck Frenzy expanded in third year

Foodies will have even more to munch on at this year’s Food Truck Frenzy as the Rotary Club of Whitby plans to extend the hours of its popular event and add an extra day.

Portland, OR: Food Cart Pods and News

Bites on Belmont opened in January, providing a space for a few of the displaced vendors from Good Food Here which closed in December.

Washington, DC: Farragut Square Is Great. Franklin Square Stinks. Here’s Why.

Things would be different if I worked three blocks west on Farragut Square. Though smaller, it draws a much bigger crowd. Even on marginal days, it’s full of people—eating, strolling, sitting on the immaculate grass.

Portland, OR: Portland’s Incredible Food Cart Scene Is in Danger

The city's talented longtime food vendors may have to find a new home for their meals on wheels.

Hebron, KY: CVG rules change could pave the way for your fave food truck

Airport officials say they want more flexibility in allowing food trucks to serve passengers — and employees — at breakfast, lunch and dinnertime.

Orlando, FL: Behold, the Food Truck – KISD’s New Way to Serve Street Eatz

Street Eatz is the newest installment to the Keller ISD lunch offerings, but this mobile food truck has had a long journey to arrive at the four high school campuses.

Edmonton, CAN: Alberta’s food trucks are helping restaurateurs’ dreams come true

Edmonton’s appetite for food-truck fare was insatiable, and the market was wide open, but the pair concede economics, rather than desire to capitalize on a trend, was the deciding factor.