In addition to where food trucks could go, the city also has to determine hours of operation and frequency of health inspections, a letter to the City Council states from Economic Development Director Michael Traynor.
Long lines were at nearly all of the trucks that lined Park Avenue from Elm Street to Highland Street. Although the sky looked like rain would pour any moment, a crowded Elm Park was dotted with families sitting on the grass, playing, eating and listening to live music.
The main objective is to educate the consumers so they can make an educated assessment of where they want to eat.
Food Truck Friday returns to the Herald-Leader from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on June 12.
The city is hosting an interactive public workshop next week on updating the rules for food trucks in Burlington.
The only returning truck is Captain Marden’s Cod Squad, although the seafood truck will spend most of its days in Cambridge or Boston, venturing to Needham on some Fridays.
No time for a sit-down lunch? Worry not: these food trucks are serving up gourmet eats all over the streets of Boston
Rhode Rage uses food sourced from local farmers and artisans within the New England area and they use sustainable green certified products where possible.
"Food Truck Wednesday" will kick off with comedian Brent McCoy onsite for a stand up routine.