Weekend Food Truck Roundup May 2-4, 2014

In our quest to keep our readers up to date with the latest stories relating to the food truck industry we have compiled a list of the stories that hit the wire this past weekend from Baltimore, Fayetteville, Los Angeles and Saratoga Springs.

May 2

Compromise possibly forming over food truck bill – BALTIMORE, MD – The fight over where and when food trucks can operate in Baltimore City continues, but WBAL-TV 11 News has learned a compromise is forming.

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Six food truck owners win public permits in Fayetteville – FAYETTEVILLE, AR – A half dozen mobile venders will be allowed to sell food in public areas around Fayetteville in 2014.

City officials on Thursday conducted the first ever public permit lottery drawing to allow food truck owners to set up shop in public parking spaces or inside city parks.

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May 3

Hot New Restaurant: The Kogi Taco Guy Takes on Korean Hot Pots in a Hip Hotel – LOS ANGELES, CA – The Sydell Group, a boutique hospitality brand responsible for luring Eleven Madison Park’s acclaimed chef Daniel Humm to open an eponymous restaurant at its NoMad Hotel in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, turned to,Kogi taco mastermind Roy Choi for the food and beverage program at its energetic new modernist Line Hotel in Koreatown.

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May 4

Food Truck Showcase of Upstate New York rolls into town – SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – It may have been a cloudy, but that didn’t stop the food fanatics who turned out for the Food Truck Showcase of Upstate New York.

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2015-04-21T14:15:57+00:00 By |Off the Wire|