MYRTLE BEACH, SC – The City of Myrtle Beach has made it a little bit easier to run a food truck.
During a city council meeting on Jan. 23, members voted to lift the in-city kitchen requirement, now allowing business owners outside of city limits to run a food truck in downtown Myrtle Beach.
In September, council members voted to allow up to six food trucks to operate at a time, dropping down from the originally proposed 20 permits. However, the ordinance requires trucks to be no closer than 500 feet to a restaurant’s main entrance.
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