Some food trucks already operate in Wilkes-Barre. As long as food truck owners pay a license fee, they are allowed to work in Wilkes-Barre for the year
A food truck welcomed by customers and not welcomed by some restaurants in the Scranton area is coming to Wilkes-Barre.
These wandering wagons are quickly becoming a fixture in Northeastern Pennsylvania neighborhoods.
“Food trucks like this go over well with people because of the service, I think,” he said. “One of my favorite parts about doing this is meeting the people and talking to them.”
Notis Vavlas, the Greek proprietor of Notis the Gyro King food truck, will serve you with a smile, and sometimes a song.