The air might still have a winter chill in Chicago, but it will feel a bit like spring at Daley Plaza this morning, as the city’s Food Truck Fests will make their debut for the year.
The Human Services Committee tonight will get a recommendation from city staff to scrap that rule -- noting that it has led to there being no licensed food trucks based in the city.
Mobile food vendors will now be allowed to set up on public property near the Historic Town Square, Lenus Turley Park, Attucks Park and the Superblock.
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.
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Eastman Egg has a strong Hyde Park connection. Freidenberg is a month away from getting her undergraduate degree at the U. of C., while Eastman’s founder and CEO, Hunter Eastman Swartz, is a student at the U. of C.’s Booth School of Business, and chief operating officer Drew Davis is a business school alum.
La Cocinita, the food truck peddling Venezuelan-style street food, has graduated to brick and mortar status. They're planning a restaurant Evanston with a March opening, according to The Daily Northwestern.
The nation’s first doggie food truck features natural, organic treats, including doggie frozen yogurts and Midwest-sourced natural chews for dogs and cats.
Two aldermen introduced ordinances to restrict food carts in Chicago, less than a day after they were legalized by the City Council.