Category archives for: Napa Valley

Napa Valley, CA: Pastranomy Food Truck Adds Pork to Napa Menu, Drops Matzoh Ball Soup

Napa's deli-on-wheels, Pastranomy, has returned from its winter hiatus with a new menu that incudes both pastrami and pulled pork. Credit Louisa Hufstader

Napa’s newest food truck is back at its downtown Napa location Thursdays and Fridays, with a new partner and some unexpected menu additions — including a pulled pork sandwich.

Local Food Trucks Added to Downtown Napa’s Weekly Chef’s Market

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A new addition will be the Food Truck Stop, which will see several local food trucks setup shop on Randolph Street.

VIDEO: Food Trucks Keep Rolling in Napa

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Food truck fans were out in force Tuesday night when the Napa City Council discussed how best to regulate the mobile eateries, an agenda item requested by the Napa Chamber of Commerce.

City of Napa to Form Group to Revise Food Truck Rules

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A group of stakeholders in the food truck industry will join to formulate new rules to guide them.

Tonight: Napa Council to Discuss Food Trucks

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TONIGHT: The Napa City Council will discuss food trucks when it meets at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall.

Napa, CA: Chamber Asks for Tougher Look at Food Truck Ordinance

Lisa Batto, ACE | President/CEO Lisa was named President/CEO in November 2009. She has been a part of the Chamber Staff since 2003. She has been the Chamber's Marketing Specialist, Director of Marketing and in 2006 she took on the role of Executive Vice President.

The chamber is asking that stakeholders group of made up of food truck owners, restaurant owners, residents and others be formed to write a draft ordinance for city consideration. It is offering to work with the city in forming or running the group, Lisa Batto, chamber CEO, said.

City of Napa Says It’s Trying To Save Food Truck Fridays

Food Truck Fridays have been temporarily put on hold as the sponsor of the event and the city work on resolving issues facing the popular event. J.L. Sousa/Register

The city’s concerns could take three months and more than $10,000 to address, said Andrew Siegal, owner of the event grounds, 728 First St., where his food truck, Dim Sum Charlie’s, is parked.

Napa: Let Foodies Get Their Fix at Food Truck Friday

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Around 10 gourmet food trucks from Napa and Sonoma counties gather and serve locals and visitors. The event has been successful for five months without any major issues.

Permit Issue Raised With Napa Food Trucks

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After flying under the permit radar for years, Napa’s 14 food truck operators are working with the city to set things straight.