Messner& Reeves LLC deals with those issues on a daily basis, the Denver-based law firm is now dishing up its insight on Restaurant Law Blog, helping Colorado restaurateurs (and would-be restaurateurs).
Mobile food vendors, restaurant owners, downtown businesses, city agencies and neighborhood groups -- will have a preliminary discussion of the role of food trucks in Denver, and whether regulations that govern their operations should change.
Tomorrow's meeting, which starts at three, is "really just a working session for the food truck operators," Phetteplace says, "to learn what their vision for mobile food trucks is for the City and County of Denver."
By December, over 150 mobile food vendors had been licensed in Denver, which almost put the movement on par with the medical-marijuana dispensary business.
Love your food truck? Show your support at tomorrow's Denver City Council meeting, where street food guidelines are on the plate
If 2010 was the year that gourmet food trucks zoomed into Denver, 2011 will be the year that many get stuck in their tracks.
It's called Chicago Louie's -- named for one the partners involved with Wahaltere's new enterprise that's backed by the Kallas brothers and cousins (they who own Steakhouse 10, Greeks Gone Wild and the Athenian).
Colorado Senator Chris Romer, who's making a run for mayor now that Hick is the new guv, seems to be making cupcakes -- notably those from the Denver Cupcake Trucks -- one of his top priorities.
In California this week, the Roving Mammoth FOOD TRUCK hit the slopes at Mammoth Mountain, using a snow cat-like base to bring burritos and beverages to skiers all over the hill.
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