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TimeOut Chicago: Best Food Truck

If the local food-truck scene were high school, Matt Maroni would be Prom King.

Turf War Heats Up Over D.C. Food Trucks

The two sides are dealocked, even with an offer by the vendors this week to be taxed the same as a brick-and-mortar establishment.

Chicago: Simple Sandwich Parks the Truck For Good

Well, it feels like spring to me, so I called Simple's owner, David Wojtonik, and asked him when the truck would be back. "Good question," he said. "It's not coming back."

Entrepreneurs Use Street Stands & Food Trucks to Build Brands

Thomas DeGeest is trying. In 2006, the native of Belgium chucked an engineering career at IBM to start Wafels & Dinges, selling topping-laden Belgian waffles and other gourmet desserts out of a truck downtown. He now has five vehicles and nearly 25 employees.

Richmond Puts the Brakes on New Food Truck Sales

A rising number of outdoor food vendors has Richmond approving a 45-day moratorium on new trucks until they can sort out the rules of doing business from a truck or a stand.

Soup Store Proprietor Resurfaces with Food Truck

Those who remember Betsy Penrose from her Soup Store in Rahway may be surprised to learn she is now working out of a food truck on Route 27 near Metropark

Las Vegas: HANG ON, WE’LL BE RIGHT THERE

Ric Guerrero learned firsthand the unpredictability of operating a business on wheels when his food truck's carburetor blew on the freeway in the middle of rush-hour traffic last year.

More and More Food Trucks Going Brick and Mortar in 2011

Last year brought brick and mortar outposts from a smattering of food trucks, including Calexico, the Cupcake Stop, NYC Cravings, and the Dessert Truck.

Food Trucks Revolutionize Houston Dining & There’s No Stopping This Roll

Without a standing storefront, founder Julia Sharaby took her food truck to Downtown, Midtown and the Greenway area at lunchtime, and to the Washington and Lower Westheimer areas for late night eats.

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