The City of Vancouver has put a lot of thought into planning its street food programsince the 2010 launch. As a result of careful permit regulation, food truck expansion has been slow compared to the burgeoning food truck scenes in Portland and Austin.
Vancouver’s street food program continues to grow, showcasing some of the best culinary talent in our city
Vancouver’s new street food offerings will range from Australian hand-size pies, kosher Israeli fare, and Filipino-inspired eats.
When Sean Skaalrud wanted to launch his own Vancouver hot dog stand six years ago, he believed the only way to get his footlong in the door was by renting a space from another vendo
Vancouver’s 15 new food carts will be dishing out a mix of delicacies, from Belgian waffles, to Filipino fusion and home-made macaroni and cheese.
Fifteen new vendors will set up shop this summer
Sip a Bob Marley-endorsed coffee with your Filipino fusion as 15 new food trucks hit the streets
The trucks will be offering everything from Belgian waffles to Filipino fusion to French crepes and pastries.
The Vancouver street food scene gets better each season and the world is taking notice. Vancouver’s food trucks were recently ranked third in Travel + Escape’s list of “Top 5 North American Cities for Trailer Food.”
I think it’s pretty public that we had a few conflicts over the expansion of food trucks, over the little while. We’ve talked to city hall and we’ve talked to the mayor’s office and I think what we’ve agreed, you know, where we are right now with the 103 trucks in Vancouver is working and everyone is respecting their territories in terms of encroachment,