Miami, FL: Second Saturday Food Truck Fest Canceled
Art Walk itself will go on as usual, just without the food trucks.
Miami: Women of the Food Truck Meetups
So check out these ladies at the next meetup -- they make mobile dining look good.
Miami: Commission Passes Food Truck Ordinance, What Happens Now?
Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners passed a new food truck ordinance by a vote of 7-1.
Miami Beach Considers Ending Food Truck Ban
According to the city, food trucks are only allowed to set up shop as private caterers or during permitted special events.
Miami: Wynwood’s Second Saturday Circus
In preparation for this weekend's art walk, Wynwood gallery owners have been asking a different question: How valuable is the wildly popular art crawl if the crowds are coming not to buy — or even view — the art, but to drink the free booze?
Food Truck Drama Hits Wynwood: Where Should The Trucks Park?
The city-wide question of where food trucks should operate and under what rules is reaching a fever pitch in Wynwood, just as the next Second Saturday Art Walk approaches.
Food Truck Phenomenon Takes Miami By Storm
The national food truck phenomenon has taken Miami by storm. You may have seen them along Biscayne Boulevard or even West Kendall in their big, flashy food trucks serving up inexpensive but delicious gourmet dishes.
Five Ways Food Truck Courts Can Be Improved
Organizers should rent a Port-O-San, or some sort of portable restroom. Most of the truck roundups take place in out-of-the-way locales. When you gotta go, you gotta go, and right now that means you gotta go away from the event altogether. Not smart.
Sakaya Kitchen’s Richard Hales Brings Trucks to Wynwood Saturday
Wynwood Food Truckers Meet Up is the newest food court on the scene, debuting this Saturday from 6 to 11 p.m. The round up is headed by Sakaya Kitchen's chef and owner Richard Hales whose Dim Ssäm à gogo truck sells Asian-inspired, organic comfort food.