Category archives for: Jersey City

West New York, NJ: Callahan’s is Back — As a Food Truck

Daniel DeMiglio and his Callahan's famous hot dogs food truck. -

After a seven-year absence, Callahan’s hot dogs will return on founder’s grandson’s food truck – See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/food-and-dining-news/restaurant-reviews/callahan-s-is-back-as-a-food-truck-1.857887#sthash.ABn8pXA3.dpuf

Jersey City, NJ: NYSF New Food Truck Alert – Paris Sandwich Truck

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Paris Sandwich has two stores in Chinatown, serving Vietnamese dishes, banh mi sandwiches and more. They are the 1st banh mi truck in NYC, although there is a Banh Mi Cart in the Financial District.

Jersey City, NJ: Proposed Regulations for Jersey City Food Trucks Rankle Taco Truck Owner

Manager Ismael Dominguez takes food orders at The Taco Truck on Mar. 22, 2013 on Greene St. in Jersey City. (Photo by Alyssa Ki/The Jersey Journal)

They’re just trying to get something passed,” he said. “But this isn’t any better than the ordinance that is currently on the books so I don’t know why they’re rushing to get this done

Jersey City, NJ: Jersey City Voting Tonight On Restricting Food Trucks

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Looks like Jersey City is poised to make it nearly impossible for food truck owners to make a living there

Jersey City, NJ: For the First Time Since 1947, Montrealers Could Soon Be Able to Enjoy A Hot Dog or Taco Served Right Out of A Truck — Legally.

Manager Ismael Dominguez takes food orders at The Taco Truck on Mar. 22, 2013 on Greene St. in Jersey City.

A requirement for mobile vendors to attend a food-handling course was also eliminated from the ordinance, which has been in the works for years and has been in front of the council numerous times without ever making it to adoption.

Jersey, NJ: New Regulations for Jersey City Food Trucks Again Delayed by City Council

(Gallery by Reena Rose Sibayan/The Jersey Journal)

The measure would require that food trucks and other mobile food vendors move at least 150 feet every two hours. The current requirement is that vendors move every 20 minutes, though it is rarely enforced.

Jersey City, NJ: Jersey City Council Will Return To Reforming Food Truck Regulations Tonight

Gus Breakfast & Lunch food truck near the New Jersey City University campus in Jersey City.

The Jersey Journal spoke to brothers Bill and Gus Papathanasis, who run two food trucks that sit outside the university campus every weekday. The men said they shouldn’t be forced to move every two hours, arguing that they don’t compete with any restaurants.

Jersey City, NJ: Popular Jersey City Food Trucks to be Exempt From New Food-Truck Rules

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The new regulations would force the vendors to stay at least 300 feet away from any licensed brick-and-mortar eatery, and they would have to move at least 150 feet every two hours.

Jersey City, NJ: Street Eats – Tacos from El Chilango Taqueria

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When we went to the All About Downtown Festival in Jersey City, there were more than a dozen of NYC’s best food trucks, and there were also a few local Jersey City vendors.

Hoboken, NJ: More Parking Enforcement to Come

Two Pitas in A Pod

City working on related agreement with food truck owners