Category archives for: San Bernardino

Redlands, CA: Redlands Kiwanis Club Holds Its First Food Truck Festival

Steve Rocha of Mentone takes his order from the Bacon Mania food truck during the Run Through Redlands Food & Brew Fest hosted by the Redlands Kiwanis Club on Saturday. (John Valenzuela/Staff Photographer)

The event kicked off a weekend of downtown activities for the service club. Festivities conclude today with the 30th annual Run Through Redlands.

Mira Loma, CA: Company Hitching its Wagon to Hot-Food Wagons

Keith Kahn, owner of Complete Food Service in the Mira Loma section of Jurupa Valley, in his warehouse on Friday, August 24, 2012. He has added a gourmet food trucking component, the focus of this article. For events, festivals, etc., he hires gourmet food lorries to cater. Kahn doesn't own these independent food trucks, but he gets a fee for booking them. Riverside County, of course, doesn't permit food trucks except for special events. But San Berdnardino recently decided to allow them in the county.  
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Complete Food Service Inc., launched an IE Gourmet Food Trucks division.

San Bernadino, CA: Heat Fails to Stifle Hunger at Redlands Food Truck & Brewfest

Scott Sirowly of Redlands picks up his order at the Tornado Potato truck during the Redlands Food Truck and Brewfest on Saturday. (John Valenzuela/Staff Photographer)

The turnout today is phenomenal.

San Bernardino County Supervisors to Take Up Food Truck Proposal

Keith Kahn, owner and operator of I.E. Gourmet Food Trucks,

The biggest complaint is the proposed $596 annual fee

San Bernardino, CA: Food Truck Ordinance Goes to Planning Commission

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Food truck owners would have more options to sell their menu items

San Bernardino County: Local Officials Wary of Roaming Food Trucks

Charles “Chuck” Buquet (Left) Rancho Cucamonga City Council called FOod Trucks "Gypsy Restaurants"

Councilman Chuck Buquet called food trucks “gypsy restaurants.”

San Bernadino, CA: Bring on the Food Trucks

2nd District Supervisor Janice Rutherford

Could we begin to see food trucks in San Bernardino County?

San Bernadino, CA: Food Trucks on Table

2nd District County Supervisor Janice Rutherford is on a mission near and dear to Dine 909's heart -- legalizing food trucks.

At first, Rutherford pushed for the lifting of the ban but was met with resistance from some cities that wanted more local control.

Riverside County, CA: Keep on Truckin’

Riverside Councilman Paul Davis, who appeared to get food-truck religion: "Let's open our eyes to a new economy. Maybe we've been too Draconian." Hallelujah!

“Let’s open our eyes to a new economy. Maybe we’ve been too Draconian.” Hallelujah!

San Bernadino County Considers Lifting Food Truck Ban

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Gourmet food trucks may soon make their way to San Bernardino County as the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday considers whether to legalize their businesses.