Category archives for: Rochester

Rochester, NY: Food Trucks to Gather for Chow Down Downtown


It’s a chance to take in the sights and sounds of Downtown Rochester while enjoying some local cuisine.

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.

Henrietta, NY: The Hots for Henrietta

Brick-N-Motor was the impetus for the Town of Henrietta to consider permitting food trucks and carts. - FILE PHOTO

A proposed law would clear the way for food trucks and carts to operate on private properties with industrial or commercial zoning in the town of Henrietta.

Rochester, NY: Food Truck Pilot Under Evaluation


Rochester’s food truck pilot program expires at the end of the year. For the first time, food trucks were allowed to set up downtown.

Buffalo, NY: Food Truck Tuesday at Larkin Sq Extended


On Tuesday, Larkinville had food trucks from Buffalo and Rochester serving up tasty options

Rochester, NY: Food Truck Rodeo At The Public Market


It’s really caught on like I said its grown and grown and we’ve kind of expanded the footprint of the site every time and so it’s unbelievable, people will wait a hundred people in line for poutine.

Monroe County, NY: Mobile Concession Stand Serving Food On Irondequoit Bay


There are several restaurants that offer takeout around Irondequoit Bay. YNN’s Rose Eiklor reports on a new food service with its own niche.

Rochester, NY: Bands & Food Trucks At The Public Market

Credit City of Rochester

A Food Truck Rodeo which features more than 20 food trucks and local bands. That takes place on the last Wednesday of the month, starting next week and continuing through September. It runs from 5 to 8 p.m.

Rochester, NY: City Council Approves Food Truck Plan

City Council approved this pilot by an 8 – 1 vote. Some food truck owners say they welcome the program, but feel it could use some revisions.

The City of Rochester has given the food trucks the green light to serve downtown. City Council voted yes to a pilot program for the business owners during its meeting at City Hall.

Rochester, NY: Food Trucks Fight for the Right to Roll in the Suburbs

James Battaglia | Messenger Post Media Brick n Motor co-owner Nathan Hurtt serves up one of the food truck's trademark B-N-M Burgers at an April 20 event.

New food trucks will offer everything from ‘double-barrelled’ crêpes to sustainable seafood