“We are always busy in the summer, but we weren’t worried,” said Jan Haberly, executive director of the Lord’s Diner when the food truck first started delivery in the Hilltop neighborhood.
Off the Grid is returning to Burlingame after receiving the support of the City Council to stay put at its Caltrain location despite gripes from brick-and-mortar merchants who say the trucks are interfering with business.
The Noke Food Truck is known for parking in different locations around the area and serving up delicious tacos and crepes.
The new truck, Taqueria, which has another location on North Main Street, serves authentic Mexican food and was added to the court about three weeks ago.
Pita Pit offers a variety of meats, cheeses, vegetables and sauces that customers choose to be wrapped in thin pita bread. The concept of the mobile location is similar to that of the brick-and-mortar spaces.
A popular monthly food truck festival will likely cease operations at its Rt. 212 location after getting hit with zoning violations by the town, said organizer Marc Propper.
The truck got the space as part of a city initiative this summer to introduce 17 new food trucks and carts, though some have rolled out slower than expected.
Made popular on the streets of Lexington as mobile food merchants, a number of Lexington vendors have found a permanent place to park their trucks and sell their food.
A favorite Houston food truck, Good Dog Houston, revealed on Twitter this weekend that it will be opening a brick and mortar location in the Heights.
Clover Food Lab, the vegetarian quick-serve concept that started as a food truck, has just opened a brick-and-mortar spot in Burlington. The opening marks the company’s first suburban store and its third location.