New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington DC, Portland, Austin, and Miami currently rank among the top in totals of mobile food vendors within their city limits. What we are hoping to find, is who our readers feel will be able to grow into this tier, or even grow faster than these cities are in regards to the number of food trucks or food carts they license.
Currently, there are a number of cities that are re-working legislation to promote more vendors, but is there a diamond in the rough, which already has the proper infrastructure in place?
You tell us. (you may vote for up to 5 cities)
Which US Cities will have the Most Growth in the Mobile Food Industry?
- Dallas, TX (20%, 34 Votes)
- Chicago, IL (18%, 31 Votes)
- Other (17%, 28 Votes)
- Orlando, FL (8%, 13 Votes)
- San Antonio, TX (7%, 12 Votes)
- Boston, MA (7%, 12 Votes)
- Ann Arbor, MI (7%, 11 Votes)
- Charlotte, NC (7%, 11 Votes)
- Philadelphia, PA (6%, 10 Votes)
- Nashville, TN (6%, 10 Votes)
- Denver, CO (5%, 9 Votes)
- Phoenix, AZ (5%, 8 Votes)
- Minneapolis, MN (5%, 8 Votes)
- Detroit, MI (3%, 5 Votes)
- Salt Lake City, UT (2%, 4 Votes)
- Saint Louis, MO (2%, 3 Votes)
- Indianapolis, IN (2%, 3 Votes)
Total Voters: 168
We have left a slot open for “other” cities, to vote for, if you put a vote in for “other”, please share which city you feel ranks in your top 5 in the comment section below.
We will hold this poll open for the next couple of weeks. Once the votes are tabulated, we will share the results in a future story here at Mobile Cuisine Magazine.