The vendor was attaching his cart to his truck when the thief grabbed a bag of cash, police said.
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The cart will also be a "mobile pop-up" at night for chefs looking to rent space, owner Gary Li said.
From vegan dessert cart Cinnamon Snail to Korean BBQ, the food cart tour promises to fill your belly.
A fire broke out at a street food cart on Queens Boulevard and 59th Avenue, authorities said.
Five food vendors who left Wall Street after the city lined the street with barricades for Occupy Wall Street returned quickly after the city took down some of the blockades.
Central Park's Pullcart, run by the folks behind Fatty Crab, is gettting ready for next month’s big Oktoberfest, but some Upper East Siders are hoping to force the eatery to go dry.
A family run food truck is still serving the neighborhood's favorite "chimi" sandwiches after first firing up its grill in 1987.
Police have been warning food trucks they are no longer welcome on many formerly popular Midtown blocks.
The manager of Two Park Ave. is appealing to the city to ban parking in front of his entryway.
Chelsea Plaza at 14th Street and Ninth Avenue is searching for the new perfect food stand.
Food vendors say they've been barred from West 52nd and West 51st streets between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
Five-year-old East Village eatery S'MAC will open in the park kiosk on First Avenue and E. Houston Street, staff said.
Bocce's Biscuits Bike, which debuts in Washington Square Park on Saturday, will sell $3 doggie muffins.
A second lobster truck is now on the road, selling lobster rolls straight from Maine.
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