Food Truck Fridays, a new weekly event the Spring Hill Parks and Recreation Department is hosting, will launch next Friday, June 3.
Food truck Fridays will serve dual purposes of opening up more varied options for dining and getting families outdoors and into the city's parks, which is Rine's primary task as recreation manager for the City of Spring Hill.
Local foodies looking for a downtown lunch spot are invited to the return of Food Truck Fridays at FedExForum.
A Spring Hill chef has launched his own food truck, transforming a trailer into a mobile French restaurant kitchen that will be used to serve dishes like beef bourgignon and coq au vin around the Nashville area.
The City of Knoxville’s Office of Business Support has gathered extensive public feedback and finalized a proposed permanent ordinance regulating food trucks.
For Slammin’ Sammy’s Sandwiches Owner Logan McMeans, cool weather, and limited places to park make serving up quick meals a challenge.
Dinner Bell Fresh and Holy Smokin' BBQ will be at our North Knoxville studios for lunch on payday.
"We're going to look at office districts and look at adding a threshold to allow the operation only in those districts if the parcels are a certain size,"
The city of Knoxville is hearing from the public on a proposed food truck ordinance.
Becoming a franchisee for Cousins Maine Lobster is a career transition for Betts, who has worked in the insurance industry for more than two decades. His partner, Raines, owns a wellness clinic in Murfreesboro.