"The young people that these kinds of things attract are going to be our target group."
Food trucks rarely make stops in Battery Park City, but that's about to change
Just as the craze is beginning to wane in the United States, the food-truck trend is revving up in Canada.
"We're always interested in energizing sidewalks in center city," Charles R. Broad, executive director of the Reading Downtown Improvement District Authority, said Monday.
185 Berry has been hosting daily food-truck minipods (JapaCurry, Senor Sisig, Little Green Cyclo, Brass Knuckle, and more) since Specialty's departed. They'll disappear once Focaccia starts selling, says Richard Hayes, vice president of leasing for McCarthy Cook, the company that manages China Basin.
Messner& Reeves LLC deals with those issues on a daily basis, the Denver-based law firm is now dishing up its insight on Restaurant Law Blog, helping Colorado restaurateurs (and would-be restaurateurs).