Tag: mobile vendors
With the animal fat freely a-flowin' on most local food trucks, what's a meat-eschewer to do? While Miami's mobile food scene continues to grow, it's still behind other cities' in its lack of vegetarian options. The Raaga Cart showed promise during Art Basel especially, but its owners have day jobs and it hasn't been seen around much since.
This week, students were able to purchase crepes, gourmet sandwiches and salads and even freshly made Italian food from the rotating food trucks
Come Friday, there’s a new convoy of edible opportunities rolling in – literally – as gourmet food trucks converge for an all-night fiesta of meals on wheels.
The City Council passed amendments last week to Monrovia's mobile vendor ordinance that bar food trucks from operating in Old Town and residential areas.
Mobile food vendors in Los Angeles will soon be required to post letter grades indicating the results of their most recent inspection under a plan that was given final approval this week by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
So why do these chuck wagons continue to roll during winter? Simple: They have bills to pay, such as commissary and vehicle storage fees, and people to keep employed.
Food trucks that have deep fried menu items are challenged to keep their fry oil clean. Their oil breaks down quickly, becomes unhealthy, gives...