They grow up so fast, don't they? I became a father less than two years ago and launched a food truck less than a year ago. In this short amount of time, I've been amazed by how taking care of my baby is so similar to taking care of my "baby."
Every day, vendors tell us that police officers treat them with disrespect. This kind of low-level abuse degrades vendors as people while also harming the relationship between vendors (who can otherwise act as eyes-and-ears of the police) and the NYPD.
I don't know where I was, or what I was doing when I first heard the song "Closer" by Goapele; but I do remember how it made me feel. The drums and the baseline encompassed with the lyrics which said to me that, "whatever it is I wanted to achieve it could happened."
For busy New Yorkers like John, who refuse to walk more than two blocks for lunch, food trucks that show up right outside the doorstep of their office buildings are as convenient as deliveries minus the tip.
Sure, Nashville has earned its rep as Music City. Where else can you kick back and enjoy a family-friendly show like the Full Moon Pickin' Party, featuring country headliners plus bluegrass and roots artists in a public park under a full moon?
Quick, cheap and chock full of flavor, street food gives hungry passers-by a lot to love. From award-winning food stalls to gourmet food trucks to noodle shops, it's easy to see how street food has staked its claim on cities across the globe.
Food-truck grazing is a great, casual, and often inexpensive way to dine, but it's not a free-for-all. Food-truck vendors are small business owners, and following certain rules when patronizing them makes everybody's experience more enjoyable.