A mobile catering business that keeps the lines short is one of the most important ways to get good business because people will normally go for the stand with the smallest line.
The council voted 10-0 on Tuesday night to reject the application of Taylor Ash of St. Peters, doing business as Taylor Made Hot Dog Co.
Are food trucks a threat to fixed-location restaurants? Lumpia World, which has set up at Rite Aid south of The Junction on Saturdays and Mondays for the past month or so, says its permission to be there just got pulled.
Cheesy Food Truck will be serving up a series of creative cheese-centric dishes (including a grilled mac & cheese sandwich and the “mashed potato martini”) out of a bright orange truck at 1614 Mistletoe, across the street from Baylor All Saints hospital and right down the street from the offices of Fort Worth South, Inc.
Mobile restaurants can run on $50,000 to $100,000, while it could cost half a million dollars to build a restaurant, according to the Eagle article.
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