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Toronto, CAN: For Better Or Worse, Food-Truck Bylaw Is Passed

City Council has finally granted approval for more food trucks to vend on city streets. But the new bylaw, passed last week, comes with serious strings attached: only 100 licenses will be made available at a cost of $5000 each, and trucks can't park within 50 metres of a restaurant

Dallas: Food Trucks Roll In, Confusion Mounts

There is a Food Truck Task Force that handles all the food truck issues.
Southern Sandwich Co. Nathan Niebergall and his brother Brett, the duo formerly behind Frisée in the Castro, served up hearty brisket sandwiches and hush puppies to an eager crowd. Photo: J. Barmann/Grub Street

What You Missed at the S.F. Street Food Festival

3rd Annual San Francisco Street Food Festival, organized by La Cocina

NYC: Food Truck Crackdown Spreads to Midtown East

Food trucks have taken a signficant hit as police enforcement has increased, said David Weber, 34, president of the NYC Food Truck Association

Brooklyn, NY: Park Slope Business Owners to Food Trucks – Hit the Road!

“I’m furious about the food truck rally in the park,” said Irene LoRe, owner of Aunt Suzie’s Restaurant

St. Louis: Lunch Truck Trouble In Downtown

The Cha Cha Chow truck is the first to get a roaming license.

Now Flipping Eggs: Nick’s Wheely Good Breakfast Truck

Alameda-based Nick’s Wheely Good Breakfast Truck pulled up to a soft launch in Emeryville last week.

Downtown Memphis to Host Food Truck Fare

Downtown’s Court Square will host food trucks next week as the Memphis City Council prepares to finalize new laws governing mobile food vendors.

SF: TomKat – Heaven’s Dog/Alembic Vets Plan to Roll Out Asian Food Truck

Thomas Thong, who's cooked at the Slanted Door and worked briefly as sous chef at Heaven's Dog, is teaming up with Alembic bartender Danny Louie to launch TomKat, an Asian food truck.

SF: Food Trucks’ Days are Numbered as China Basin Prepares for Focaccia

185 Berry has been hosting daily food-truck minipods (JapaCurry, Senor Sisig, Little Green Cyclo, Brass Knuckle, and more) since Specialty's departed. They'll disappear once Focaccia starts selling, says Richard Hayes, vice president of leasing for McCarthy Cook, the company that manages China Basin.

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