Category archives for: Alabama

Huntsville, Al: I Love Bacon’s Josh Patrick – 3 items Huntsville Food Truck Co-Owner Always Keeps in his Home Fridge

I Love Bacon's Josh Patrick. (Matt Wake/

I Love Bacon began rolling in mid-April. Patrick and Hill decided on a bacon-themed because it was different than other food truck concepts in this market, it’s Hill’s favorite ingredient

Decatur, AL: Invasion of the Food Trucks: Mobile Dining Festival Coming to Decatur’s Ingalls Harbor Sept. 27

Decatur officials hope to lure foodies with a gourmet food festival called Invasion of the Food Trucks from 5 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Sept. 27 at Ingalls Harbor Photo)

Decatur officials hope to lure foodies with a gourmet food festival called Invasion of the Food Trucks.

Redstone Arsenal, AL: Food Truck Fest Off to a Good Start

Food Truck Fest is underway at Redstone Arsenal

Food Truck Fest is underway at Redstone Arsenal and people are turning put en masse. Marshall Space Flight Center’s Exchange organized the week-long event.

Birmingham, AL: 3 Days, 5 Food Festivals in Birmingham this Coming Weekend; Here’s the Lineup to Help you Plan

Guests partake of the Italian dishes at the 2013 Feast of St. Mark Italian Food Festival. This year's festival is Saturday, April 26, at Saint Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church on Cahaba Valley Road. Bob

Between Friday and Sunday, no less than five food festivals will be going on all around Birmingham, offering everything from grape leaves to gumbo, food truck fare to Italian cuisine.

Birmingham, AL: Food Truck Roundup 2014 is this Saturday at Colonial Brookwood Village in Homewood

Paget Pizitz is co-owner of the Melt truck, which will be at the 2014 Protective Life Food Truck Round Up on Saturday, April 26, in the upper parking lot of Macy's at Colonial Brookwood Village in Homewood. (Frank Couch/

It’s a crazy three days for the food trucks in Birmingham, and even better for the fans of the trucks.

Birmingham, AL: A New Food Truck, a New Barbecue King, a Chef Leaves; Here’s your Birmingham Food Beat Week in Review

Zoe's Kitchen, the fast-casual Mediterranean-style restaurant chain that was founded in Birmingham, had a big opening day on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday. (AP photo/Richard Drew)

Another food truck hit the streets, one of Birmingham’€™s rising-star chefs moved away, and the Alabama tourism folks crowned a new state barbecue king.

Huntsville, AL: Food Truck Operators get Approval for 7-day Schedule


Thursday night, the city council approved an ordinance that allows them to operate seven days a week.

Birmingham, AL: Food Trucks Hit Speed Bump at the Birmingham City Council


This week, the Birmingham City Council passed an ordinance that establishes a general operating permit fee for food trucks, creates “food zones” where trucks can set up, requires that the trucks be parked at least 150 feet from existing restaurants, and limits the hours of truck operation from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. with some exceptions.

Montgomery, AL: Food Truck Arrives In Downtown Montgomery In December


The city of Montgomery is bringing in food trucks to enhance the dining experience for people working downtown. The first one will be at the old State House Inn location off Madison Avenue — that’s where it’s required to park.

Birmingham, AL: Birmingham City Council Delays Food Truck Vote Due to Council President Maxine Parker’s Illness

Customers line up at the Cantina on Wheels food truck during the Trucks by the Tracks benefit at Railroad Park in September. (Tamika Moore/

The issue of how to regulate Birmingham’s growing food truck scene has been simmering at Birmingham City Hall since July 2012, when some restaurants complained the trucks and push carts were taking away their business.