Fishers last month became the first Hamilton County community to pass an ordinance specifically regulating the new fleet of mobile businesses. The controversial measure was intended to encourage food trucks to roll into town, but vendors say it could have the opposite effect.
The economics of operating in the ’burbs are uncertain to begin with, Indianapolis-based Scratchtruck owner Matt Kornmeyer said, citing the typical sprawl that limits foot traffic.
A lot of people still don’t understand food trucks. We’re not corporate raiders, coming in and taking business and profits overseas
I need more customers and maybe customers stop by and in the truck and don’t come in for a bite here and eat here in the restaurant
I think this is a great idea they should do this more often. All the trucks are lined up in one place. It’s great
Serendipity Mobile Catering was founded by Chef William Gruesser to bring the highest quality food to your business, home, or off the curbside. “Serendipity” truck is one of Indy’s most equipped catering/food trucks
People here have diverse palates and are willing to try different things
Imagine a mini-fringe festival that travels all around Indianapolis and the state to bring performances, classes, and entertainment to YOU.
Better was Byrne’s Grilled Pizza, which separated cashier and cook, offered jovial service
The circle has been commandeered by food trucks offering everything