Food Trucks, Celebrities and a Madison Avenue Walk of Fame
Widespread presence of food trucks sponsored by advertising, marketing and media companies.
A MUST READ!: Fashioning Artistry on Wheels
The New York City Department of Health lists seven other truck-and-cart manufacturers in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx, and there are dozens more in fierce competition.
Redefining the Hot Dog, a Cart at a Time
Andrew McDonnell, the entrepreneur behind the Good to Go Organics carts that have begun popping up in the city
New York’s First Private Food Truck Court Comes to Queens
The city’s moveable food-truck feast is about to become more stationary, with the establishment in Long Island City, Queens.
NYC: Food Trucks Shooed From Midtown
The Treats Truck, which has sold cookies and brownies for four years during lunchtime at West 45th Street near Avenue of the Americas, has been told by police officers that it is no longer welcome there, nor at its late-afternoon 38th Street and Fifth Avenue location.
NYC: More Better Food in the Parks
Rouge Tomate, the haute Manhattan restaurant, took its new $30,000 food cart out for a spin in Central Park on Wednesday
NYC: What You’ve Always Wanted in a Food Truck — Booze!
The Pera Turkish Taco Truck, stationed daily at the tourist office and gift shop has won what is apparently the first liquor license granted to a New York City food truck.
NYC: Disguised as Breakfast, Dessert Served for Lunch
The taxicab-yellow Wafels and Dinges truck, which has trolled the streets since 2007, has become a mainstay.
Food Trucks Given Limited Access to Customer
“That’s the place where restaurant owners really have a problem with food truck owners,” Del Castillo said. “I’m an Uptown kind of guy.”
NYC: Tom Colicchio to Open The Lot on Tap, and Curate High Line Food...
It’s a pop-up plaza in a vacant parking lot. It’s a food-truck food-court. It’s an al fresco taproom. It’s an art installation. It’s a community event space.
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