"I know the issues with restaurants being worried about their business, but once a month doesn't hurt people - in my opinion," said James Ledwith.
The city’s concerns could take three months and more than $10,000 to address, said Andrew Siegal, owner of the event grounds, 728 First St., where his food truck, Dim Sum Charlie’s, is parked.
Around 10 gourmet food trucks from Napa and Sonoma counties gather and serve locals and visitors. The event has been successful for five months without any major issues.
Come Friday, there’s a new convoy of edible opportunities rolling in – literally – as gourmet food trucks converge for an all-night fiesta of meals on wheels.