Eateries on wheels may not park in metered spaces downtown
City citing safety concerns for pedestrians, food trucks, sidewalk vendors and musical acts will not be allowed
Rapid City is considering changes to its sidewalk vendor program to prevent one person from monopolizing the sale of street food, cut flowers and nonalcoholic beverages downtown in the future.
Festival organizers have invited the Red Hook Lobster Truck, Curbside Cupcakes, Fojol Brothers, District Taco, Tasty Kabob, Eat Wonky, DC Slices, CapMac and Sidewalk Sweetsations.
The City recently handed out 36 permits for new street food carts around the city. It's a highly-orchestrated process, with vendors only allowed to set up shop in areas where they will not compete with existing restaurants.
Yesterday, SFoodie pondered a mystery ― a sidewalk sign in Potrero Hill with an advance tease about new Peruvian food truck Sanguchon, including a link to an inactive website.