The Twitterati are those who use the free social marketing tool to its best advantage, have thousands of followers and generate considerable buzz — and biz — with their tweeting efforts.
Councilman Steve Adams, who proposed the new rules, said they were prompted by issues with ice cream vendors.
Food Network Canada followed a few οf thе Los Angeles food trucks fοr a special "Eat Street" TV ѕhοw. Thеу caught up wіth thе world famous Grilled Cheese Truck melting cheesy treats іn front οf thе Beverly Hills Service Center οn Santa Monica Blvd.
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.
When we got to Biscayne and 64th street, La Camaronera's Fish Box, Sakaya Kitchen's Dim Ssam a Go Go, Chef Bullfrog's Gastropod, and former Detroit Tiger Jim Heins' Latin Burger Truck were already caravanned.
Tired of high rents in the big cities, chefs in New York, LA and Austin, Texas, have been taking their food to the streets, setting up mobile truck restaurants and then broadcasting the location of the day on Facebook and Twitter.
From well known chains, to food trucks, wine shops, specialty stores and even mom and pops; restaurants have found a great place to connect with current and future clients. Food trucks tweet their location on a daily basis. Restaurants respond to positive (and sometimes negative) reviews, mom and pops tweet special events like wine dinners.