By Amie Rose | Utah Valley 360 Even though Provo has a thriving weekly food truck roundup, the city doesn’t have any specific laws regulating...
The Cache Valley Mall in Logan is the next stop for the reality competition show "Food Court Wars."
I settled indoors and bit into the crisp yet soft cornbread exterior and was immediately pleased with the sweet flavor of the dog’s wrap. Then my taste buds were greeted by the meat: juicy, savory and still sweating a little from its recent time in the deep fryer. The combination of sweet and salty was perfect.
We looked at many cities’ ordinances, but Salt Lake City’s ordinance was a bit more in line with what we were looking for. We drafted Holladay to be a bit more pared down
More restaurants on wheels continue to pop up around the Salt Lake Valley, hoping to emulate the success of the Chow Truck, which made its first appearance in 2010. SuAn Chow’s Asian fusion truck is so successful, she’s looking into a brick and mortar spot.
He serves a salad bar, sandwiches and smoothies on the same street as the food trucks. He said managers first thought the trucks would drive away customers, but it's actually increased their traffic.
This truck serves up burgers of all kinds: grass-fed beef, turkey, and veggie. Like any proper burger joint, they also make shakes — with Utah's own Farr's Ice Cream, no less.
Food was prepared at home and not at an approved commissary