Friday will be the last day on the streets for popular food truck Pita Brothers, at least for a while.
Back in June, Steve Perlstein visited Lake Effect to introduce us to The Simmer Truck. Five months later, the truck is thriving.
Sampling offerings at 13 new trucks catering to different tastes
The city’s array of food trucks is joining forces every Monday at the north-side park to draw people to the park and build a little buzz about mobile food. The growing list of food trucks is indicative of the concept that’s becoming increasingly popular in Sheboygan, mirroring a similar trend in recent years in other U.S. cities.
New food trucks and carts are popping up like summertime flowers this year; at least three more are due on Milwaukee streets, one of which is launching today.
Our location was basically a shell of a building, and we installed all of the heating, electrical, and built the kitchen itself from scratch,” said Corrie Merklein, who owns the business with her husband, Jim
Neenah moves to regulate mobile food vendors. Mobile food vendors operating on streets and sidewalks now have to stay 500 feet away from events like Communityfest and the downtown Neenah farmers market, under a new ordinance.
City business owners, civic leaders and food vendors Wednesday began crafting an ordinance that would allow permits for food carts or trucks in Wausau.
Smoken Pig Express, brings his food cart to the southeast corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Commercial Street on weekdays. He’s not opposed to the ordinance — other than the $250 license fee. He said the fee could force him to move his business to Menasha, which doesn’t charge a fee.
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