Reason for the rejection was not given.
As food trucks are being chased from Manhattan streets by police officers enforcing a recent court ruling on parking, a group of vendors huddled together Friday on a cul de sac by Midland Beach.
Police officers have been asking vendors like the Treats Truck and Rickshaw Dumplings to move out of their longtime spots on West 45th Street near Avenue of the Americas.
NYPD has begun shooing food trucks away from their usual outposts under an obscure 1950s-era law barring vendors from parking at a metered space and selling merchandise out of their vehicles.
For months, people in Broward and Palm Beach counties have been complaining that they have to drive to Miami-Dade for their food truck fix.
A Manhattan Supreme Court judge ruled on Friday that food trucks are subject to a city law prohibiting merchandise to be sold from metered parking spots.