Artigiano's beer and wine application, which was recommended by the Portland Police Bureau and the city's Office of Neighborhood Involvement, had been on the commission's August agenda.
"If you like good food, you've come to the right place," said Mayor Gregor Robertson. "This is affordable street food and it reflects Vancouver's cultural diversity -and it creates some truly new opportunities for local entrepreneurs."
The city announced the winners of this year’s 19 new street food vending licenses in a chilly morning downpour behind city hall April 4. The winners will join 17 food vendors who won spots last year in a city lottery.
Vancouver will announce the newest 19 vendors to its street food program on April 4. They were chosen last week from a list of 52 by a panel of chefs, business people, community activists and food bloggers.