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More Lobsters on the Streets of Manhattan

On Thursday, as Grub Street reported, the Red Hook Lobster Pound rolled out its own “roving lobstermobile”.

Montclair, NJ: From Four Wheels to Four Walls

“The truck was a way to develop our concept, gain a loyal following, refine our recipes and train the right staff while we looked for the perfect location,” said Mr. Scott, 31, of Hoboken, during a recent interview at the restaurant, a 900-square-foot space with 20 seats.

Orange County: Blending of Cultures Visible in the Food Trucks

Mr. Phan, now 35, began creating fusion dishes like coconut curry chicken with sour cream and roast pork with salsa verde, and taking them on the road in a food truck he has christened Dos Chinos.

Food Carts Make the Rounds at Hotels

Taking their cue from the food-truck trend, a number of upscale hotels have initiated food trolleys. Among them is the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach.

New Street Food Rules in Vancouver Emphasize Health and Diversity

In Vancouver, street food is an emerging mini-industry. But new vendors who want to sell hot dogs and cheese steak sandwiches may need to switch to healthier options.

The Vehicle of Street Food Is Getting an Overhaul

Those who manufacture catering trucks are rushing to accommodate such special requests, which have rescued their industry from a recession-induced plunge in demand for the more traditional taco and hamburger trucks.

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