Tag: lunch crowd

Austin, TX: Odd Duck Farm to Trailer

When I feel like dining out without spending a ton of cash, food trailers are a safe bet.

NYC: Lobster Truck Competition Heats Up in Midtown

The lobster competition is heating up in Midtown with the launch of a second new food truck specializing in seafood in less a month.

Food Truck Court Opens For Business In St. Paul

“We’re all here to promote good food in the Twin Cities. This is such a growing food trend — the more, the merrier.”

Baltimore: Fledgling Food Truck Scene Runs Into a Few Potholes

When asked about the food truck situation, a Hopkins official diverted questions to the Baltimore Police Department. A police spokesman said the truck had been parked in a 15-minute zone.

NYC: Luke’s Lobster Truck Picked Clean on First Day

The Midtown lunch crowd clawed their way to Luke's Lobster truck Monday, braving long lines for a taste of the beloved chain's signature seafood rolls on its first day on the streets.

Sonoma: Food Truck Gathering Finds New Home

A steady stream of customers were lined up Thursday at four vending food trucks serving lunch in Sebastopol at Totally Truckin’ Thursday.

El Paso, Tx: City Eases Restrictions On Mobile Food Vendors

City Rep. Beto O'Rourke worked to refresh city rules concerning food truck vendors.

At Under $10, Filling The Bellies & Hearts of New Yorkers

"Korean food is still undervalued and underappreciated in the U.S. It has so much potential," said Edward Song, the 25-year-old founder of Korilla BBQ. "Our food truck is only a starting point."

Rochester, MN: Maid-Rite Diner Gets Ready To Roll

The Maid-Rite Diner is going mobile with a new lunch truck. Don Sanford — Mr. Maid-Rite — plans to take his diner's loose meat hamburgers and hot dogs directly to the Med City's lunch crowd.

NY: CRISP Falafel is Taking to the Streets

Taïm Mobile will soon be getting some competition out on the streets. CRISP, which has three brick-and-mortar locations in New York City, will be getting a truck that's hitting the pavement on April 4.