Food trucks get another taste of legislation.
Sure, the food truck thing is way overhyped, and it's easy to be blasé about it. But then you read that someone is bringing barbecue to the Loop or the Mordoresque shadows beneath the Merchandise Mart, and you have to...
So apparently we were half right and half wrong about the Big Star truck's strategy— it's not just serving on private property to skirt the law, it's skirting it by handing out free food instead. But we were right that...
Time Out Chicago elaborates on last week's story that Paul Kahan was thinking of "going rogue" with the Big Star food truck. Although they fill in many of the details, they're still not sure if they think Kahan is actually...
UPDATE: Just tweeted: "Food truck!!! 28 n Franklin between Washington & madison!! 11:30-1 today! Books! Lunch! @LilliesQChicago !! See you there!!" Hot on the heels of Stephanie Izard's book launch party (of which more shortly), Loop office workers will have...
We'd actually rather have a shaved ice truck than this mobile ticketing station housed in a converted ice cream truck.
Chicagoist reports on a new site aimed at overturning the ban on food trucks cooking on board. Let Them Cook, created by Alex Levine who already has the Food Truck Freak site, invites truck owners and the community to post...
Following the President's fundraising dinner on Monday, the rest of the week was no slouch when it came to celebrity restaurant sightings in L.A.
The acquired Italian taste will spend five days giving away free stuff in L.A.
Owners already know a lot of people are going to criticize.
The new model appears to be hiring a catering truck and adding product placements to the names of normal food items.
Plus food trucks are still popular and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Here are a few of the green snacks to grab, while wandering this Saturday's patch of sustainability.
All-Clad hits the road, giving out free nibbles.
With meats sourced from Thumman's and hand-made sauces, the truck seeks to improve our mobile sandwich scene.
Start salivating, Cantabrigians: he city will launch a pilot food-truck program.
After a car crash tragedy last month, the neighborhood kicks out mobile food vendors.
The truck will brings Latin-inspired dishes to Mt. Airy's inaugural Night Market.