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Though the Streets are Bad for Food Trucks, They Are Good for Food Trucks...

It's been yet another... interesting week for food trucks.

NYC: PARKED! Food Truck Festival Taking Over the South Street Seaport on August 20

PARKED! Food Truck Festival has grown from a five vendors to over 20 trucks participating in this year's event

NYC: Thanks to the Police, the Treats Truck Has Left Midtown “For the Time...

The police have let us know that they no longer want food trucks in the midtown area.

NYC: The Anti-Food Truck Bandwagon Is Getting Kind of Full

City Council member Jessica Lappin introduces a bill to suspend the vending permit issued to any truck with two parking tickets a year, & take away altogether the permit of any truck unfortunate enough to receive three parking tickets a year.

NYC: Luke’s Lobster Is Expanding Yet Again, This Time With a Truck

Luke's Lobster, which was most recently seen sinking its claws into Washington, D.C., is getting its own set of wheels.

Frito-Lay Tops Food Truck Promos with Times Square Test Kitchen

Frito-Lay is going one better than the seemingly endless list of companies using food trucks to promote their brands.

NYC: Food Trucks Mark Onset of Spring With Turf Wars

Uncle Gussy's owner didn't appreciate the falafel truck's proximity, and threatened its driver with physical violence.

NYC: The Morris Grilled Cheese Truck Will Bring Even More Melted Dairy to the...

Last November, when Michael Jacober hatched the idea of a grilled cheese truck, he didn't realize that a few other people had the same idea. "We're going to be the third," he says.

NYC: Kitchen Campaigns: For Mobile Ones, Against Temporary Ones

It should come as no surprise that New York's gourmet food trucks have gone from being on culinary rebels on the fringe of the restaurant industry to taking an active part in the legislative process.