That's some real customer appreciation.
Del's NYC looks to Kickstarter for a second truck.
Softee's lawyers say look-alike trucks sell inferior soft-serve.
Its proprietors say customers are telling them to keep the name.
Big problems for "one of the country's top barbecue fusion trucks."
But will some intrepid vendor pick up the tortilla press and carry on?
The NYC Food Truck Association supports the plan.
'Law & Order: Special Kebab Unit.'
Is there a new, post-Sandy crackdown on food trucks in New York City?
As trucks raced to help out after the storm, their image makeover happened just as quickly.
More than 100,000 free meals have been served since last week.
One site keeps track of the trucks and street vendors that are brave enough to deal with Manhattan's crushing gridlock.
"A food cart can be used as an excellent surveillance platform due to their access and long duration stays."