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Wafels & Dinges is now operating a food cart where they used to park their truck.
"It's hotter in the truck—way hotter," says vendor Dinia Bautista.
The Long Island food truck scene has finally transcended all those umbrella hot dog trucks along the side of the road. Two weeks ago the Tandoori Truck, all bright orange and white, took up residence on a vacant lot across from Farmingdale State College in Farmingdale.
In New York, fast food restaurants with drive-up windows are eclipsed by fast food trucks with walk-up windows.
The food cart phenomenon is catching on quicker than organic kombucha at an iPad convention. Yeah. Getting food from a cart is not a new premise. However, in recent years these culinary troubadours have really, um, kicked it up a notch.