Category archives for: Food Truck Courts

Schenectady, NY: Food Truck Case Moves Ahead

Andrea Loguidice talks to a customer as her boyfriend Brandon Snooks cooks the order on the Wandering Dago food truck outside Schenectady County Public Library Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012 in Schenectady, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren / Times Union)

Andrea Loguidice and Brandon Snooks in August sued two entities controlled by Gov.Andrew Cuomo after its name led to its being denied the chance to sell its fusion barbecue fare.

New Braunfels, TX: First Mobile Food Truck Court in New Braunfels Opens for Business


The first mobile food truck in New Braunfels is now officially open for business.

Washington, DC: At D.C. Council Hearing, Students Stand Up Against Food Truck Regulations

Media Credit: Hatchet File Photo
Food trucks, serving kabobs and cupcakes on H Street, often flock to campus each weekday.

If we were to vote today on these regulations, I can tell you that these regulations are not going to pass,” Orange said during the seven-and-a-half-hour-long hearing. “I think what we have been able to do today is push people to the point where these regulations, with some minor tweaks, can move forward and we can get this in place before the end of this calendar year

Gig Harbor, WA: Gig Harbor City Council To Hold Public Hearing On Food Trucks Monday

The Kinetic Kitchen from Gig Harbor
Credit Michelle Smith

Following its March meeting, the Gig Harbor Planning Commission is recommending adopting an interim set of regulations that would allow food trucks in Gig Harbor through the year.

Fairfax County, VA: Tysons Food Trucks Cite conflict in Fairfax County Policy, Seek Solution

Shamus Ian Fatzinger/Fairfax County Times -  A Curley’s Q BBQ truck operates across the street from a Tortuga food truck on Solutions Drive in Tysons Corner. Food trucks have recently been ticketed for selling merchandise on public streets.

During the past couple of months, truck owners occasionally have received tickets from police for operating in Tysons Corner.

Buffalo, NY: Hearing on Fate of Buffalo Food Trucks


City officials set vendor fees at a thousand dollars a truck per year. The trucks also have to stay at least 100 feet away from the closest traditional brick-and-mortar restaurant.

Arlington, VA: Arlington Food Truck Favorite Wins Court Battle

Seoul Food will be offering a kimchi making class this spring. (Twitter/Seoul Food)

One of Arlington’s most beloved food trucks is celebrating Monday after a judge dismissed the case against Seoul Food, whose kimchi, donburi and bibimbap have been feeding locals on the move for more than a year.

Evanston, IL: Judge Sides with Evanston in Food Truck Dispute

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A Cook County judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by Beavers Coffee and Doughnuts against the City of Evanston. The doughnut truck company argued the city's food truck ban is unconstitutional.

The city argued in its dismissal motion that Beaver’s never submitted an application for an operating license, Wiesen said, adding that Beaver’s did not submit the application for a reason.

New Braunfels, TX: Parking Issues Stop Downtown Food Truck Court from Moving Forward


Parking issues downtown ended up playing a key role in Council’s most recent decision.

Miami, FL: Food Truck Regulation – What’s Going On Behind the Scenes


Inspection reports from different food trucks in Miami-Dade County reveal inspectors often find multiple critical violations