Category archives for: New York

New York, NY: Drunkman Chicken & Dumplings from Luckyim Thai

(credit: Perry R.)

Overall, we were happy with Drunkman Chicken from Luckyim Thai. There was a LOT of food, and it was good, especially for a new food truck. The dumplings we would call excellent.

New York, NY: 10 Best fFood Trucks in New York City

Started as a Brooklyn Bridge Park pop-up, Milk Truck now roves the city, instilling a love of dairy from Harlem to Fort Greene.  Milk Truck

Fortunately, a few locals with industrious spirits and impressive parallel parking skills have made New York’s food truck dream into a reality. Follow your nose (and your Twitter feed) to get a taste of these mobile maestros.

New York, NY: Food truck Festival


We have a great lineup of trucks joining us for the event. Admission is free….

Brooklyn, NY: Food Truck Rally at Grand Army Plaza


The Prospect Park Food Truck Rally returns this weekend

Buffalo, NY: Food truck Tuesdays


Every Tuesday, May through October, in Larkin Square.

New York, NY: Mickey Scars” from DiSO’s Italian Sandwich Society

(credit: Perry R.)

All of the ingredients were very good, but we would be remiss not to single out the glazed balsamic reduction. It costs 50 cents more on a sandwich, but is well worth it.

Rochester, NY: City Council Considers New Regulations for Food Trucks


Food trucks are becoming a more popular option in the city. But you won’t see them setting up shop on every street corner. City Council is considering new regulations for food trucks.

Schenectady, NY: Food Truck Case Moves Ahead

Andrea Loguidice talks to a customer as her boyfriend Brandon Snooks cooks the order on the Wandering Dago food truck outside Schenectady County Public Library Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012 in Schenectady, N.Y. (Lori Van Buren / Times Union)

Andrea Loguidice and Brandon Snooks in August sued two entities controlled by Gov.Andrew Cuomo after its name led to its being denied the chance to sell its fusion barbecue fare.

Buffalo, NY: Buffalo Getting a Polish Food Truck

via twitter

Buffalo is getting a Polish food truck.

New York, NY: Halal Guys Food Cart to Open Restaurant in East Village

The Halal Guys are known for their gyros and rice platters, which have stayed around $6 for the past 23 years.

The Halal Guys are heading downtown.