Belgian waffles will soon be available in City Hall Park and Prospect Park.
The once popular LIC food truck lot on Crescent Street is only open Fridays this summer.
SoHo residents are demanding big changes to rules for vendors they say have taken over their streets.
Gear up for some food truck action this weekend on Roosevelt Avenue with a three-hour food crawl.
The Hell's Kitchen Flea Market Gourmet Food Truck Bazaar returns for a second year on Sunday.
The New Jersey-based Cinnamon Snail returns to Manhattan with two new menu items.
Five food trucks will park on North End Avenue for lunch seven days a week starting soon.
The Cinnamon Snail, the popular New Jersey-based vegan food truck, moved to Manhattan on Thursday.
Sakura Park will get its first food vendor, which is a hot dog and ice cream cart.
Police in Washington Heights pulled six food carts off the streets earlier this month as part of a sting with the Health Department to curb illegal street vending.
SoHo residents join other neighborhoods in complaining that food trucks and carts are crowding sidewalks, creating garbage problems, polluting the air and seemingly breaking city laws with impunity.
The Parks Department will soon start soliciting bids for a "high quality casual restaurant and outdoor café,” at Tavern on the Green, officials said Thursday.
After months of complaints from locals who say they're overwhelmed by food vendors, police say they're working with other city agencies to identify vendors who repeatedly break the law.
Limiting the number of street vendors per block or requiring design guidelines for carts and trucks are among ideas being floated by CB 8 in tackling the growing number of street vendors.
Community Board 7 says no one knows how many food trucks are on the Upper West Side. It wants to conduct a survey to count them and pinpoint where they are.
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