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Philadelphia: Tyson Bees is a Mobile Mash-Up Worth Waiting In Line For

Tyson Bees, a truck traveling to various neighborhoods dispensing kimchi-laced tacos to the masses, manned by Tyson Wong Ophaso, whose culinary influences are diverse enough to give Google Maps a challenge.

Springfield, IL: Hurry on over to Big Belly BBQ

By Julianne Glatz | IllinoisTimes.com They’re almost impossible to resist: food trucks, or more properly, “mobile food concessions.” Many serve ethnic or regional...

NYC: Police Welcome Taco Truck Back to Upper E. Side by Towing It

Eight officers in a police van had been monitoring Paty’s the entire morning, said Sean Basinski, director of the Street Vendor Project, an advocacy group based at the Urban Justice Center.

Modesto, CA: Taco Trucks’ Affordable Fare Savored by Many

In Modesto, we don't have hipster taco trucks that tweet out where they'll be and when. We don't have trucks serving sushi, gyros, Korean barbecue and gourmet waffles.

Greenville, SC: First Look at Sexy Taco

Food Trucks have reached Greenville with the arrival of Sexy Taco, a modest taqueria located in a strip mall at the intersection of Woodruff and Butler roads.

Twelve Food Trucks Gathering Tomorrow in Fountain Valley

Since food trucks make more money when they're surrounded by other food trucks, they're going to clump together whenever the opportunity arises. It's simple microeconomic theory at work.

Las Vegas: TOP NOTCH BARBECUE…Like the Name Says

ELV is no fan of food trucks. They’re just a trendy way to eat cheap (and standing up) whilst feeling good about doing so.

Thieves Stole a Downtown Lunchtime Legend’s Brand New Food Truck

The co-owner of the Loading Dock on Tillary Street made the bombshell announcement on Tuesday, the same day that NYPD paperwork revealed that his new $25,000 taco truck was stolen out of a Gold Street lot during the Great Blizzard of 2010.

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.

Operating a Honolulu Lunch Wagon Not As Easy As It Looks

“People think you can just make food and get rich doing it,” said Paul Zarate, 37, who runs Zaratez Mexicatessen, a tour bus turned lunch wagon on Mokihana Street in Kapahulu.

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