Category archives for: Hoboken

NYC, NY: New York’s Food Trucks to the Rescue

Photograph by Louis Lanzano/AP Photo

“Have a food truck? Come to Hoboken and help us feed our community.

Hoboken, NJ: New Food Truck Law Passes in Hoboken

Credit Claire Moses

Requires truck owners to install a global positioning system in their vehicles.

Hoboken, NJ: More Parking Enforcement to Come

Two Pitas in A Pod

City working on related agreement with food truck owners

Hoboken Food Truck Customers Defend Woman Being Sexually Harassed in ABC’s ‘What Would You Do?’ Experiment [video]

Customers buy breakfast food from Food on Wheels, a food truck at River and Newark streets that was featured in a sexual harassment experiment on ABC's "What Would You Do?" photo - Summer Dawn Hortillosa/The Jersey Journal

Hoboken stepped up to the plate and defended a woman being sexually harassed on the ABC show, “What Would You Do?”

Push to Legalize Food Trucks & Carts Meeting with Controversy

Rich Schultz/The Associated Press Truck manager Steven Ostroth takes a food order on The Taco Truck in Hoboken, N.J., in 2010. Food trucks have grown so popular in some areas that operators are opening restaurants.

Mobile food may fit in Savannah, but owners of several existing brick-and-mortar restaurants insist there isn’t enough room for their businesses and mobile food units.

Old Bridge, NJ: Woman Finds Labor of Love, on a Food Truck

Marci Smith-Scarano

“I tell people it is my purpose in life to feed people,” she said.

Hoboken, NJ: New Dessert Truck ‘La Bella Torte’ – Cannolis, Not Guns

Owner Joe Glaser stands next to his desserts-only food truck, La Bella Torte, parked along Washington St. in Hoboken Sunday afternoon.  photo - Kate Kowsh

Their food truck, La Bella Torte, which serves only desserts, was parked along Washington St., between Fifth and Sixth St. on Sunday afternoon in Hoboken.

Hoboken Food Truck Vito’s Lotsa Pasta to be Featured on Cooking Channel’s ‘Eat Street’

The Cooking Channel will feature Vito's Lotsa Pasta truck of Hoboken, seen here during the St. Patrick's Day parade, on tonight's "Eat Street.''  Adam Robb/For The Jersey Journal

Tonight at 8 p.m. on the Cooking Channel — unless you have Cablevision, it’s on your box — the food truck documentary series “Eat Street” will feature Hoboken’s own Vito’s Lotsa Pasta truck