Tag: truck operators
The deep freeze will make life tough for homeless people and their pets, and Austin's food truck entrepreneurs have also been suffering from winter weather.
Banned, bannered or backlashed, food trucks — those trendy icons of urban culture — have triggered a wide variety of responses from cities across the country, from Boston to Denver to Los Angeles.
Alex Amra, owner of Tobacco Road Sports Cafe, said he didn't like the idea of having trucks parked outside his Glenwood Avenue sports bar.
Mobile food vendors in Los Angeles will soon be required to post letter grades indicating the results of their most recent inspection under a plan that was given final approval this week by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
When the Heavenly Mountain Resort in Lake Tahoe, Nev., wanted to promote its ski passes this season, it chose a food truck filled with snow cones driven by two improv actors to publicize its message.