I have seen La Taqueria food truck in Kits over lunch almost everyday this week. The truck has a devoted following and during peak hours always there’s always a line-up.
The difference between a pushcart and a mobile food truck comes down to what they’re allowed to sell. Push carts can only sell hot dogs or related items like sausages or bratwurst. The cart has to be built to National Sanitation Foundation standards, said James “Doc” Thompson, program supervisor of the Gaston County Health Department’s environmental health division that oversees the county’s food establishments.
Mobile vendors will pull into the High Dive parking lot on Saturday as Gainesville's original food truck rally returns to downtown.
One of the things we pride ourselves with here at Hot’s is that we prep and cook all our own fresh, local ingredients right here on-site in the kitchen, most of our items are made-to-order. Now, with the introduction of Hot’s Mobile, we are still able to prep and cook on-site at events offering fresh, tasty selections ‘cuz our kitchen now has wheels.
You can have lines down the street or no one,” said the owner of the Lady Bug Lunchbox, which took to the streets selling curbside food in 2001. “It could be 20 degrees, or it could be 120 inside here. You have to deal with all of it
Taïm is one of the tops in NYC when it comes to falafel, but how would their new falafel flavor stack up to the older ones?
Space rental for a food truck would run up to $12,000 dollars just for the week of the convention
5 Trucks: StrEAT Mobile Bistro, Fired Up Tacos, Touch Supper Club, Cracked Mobile Foods, Sweet! Mobile Cupcakery & The Nosh Box. Desserts.
The food truck industry which is, in the words of Chef Ruddell-Tabisola, “creating jobs & providing cities that embrace food trucks, opportunities for economic growth”.