food trucks

New Food Truck Program Gets Rolling

On Taco Party’s first day as a food truck, the stove’s gas valve broke. “I burned my eyebrows off, and it was my first day,” owner Keith Schubert recalls. “From the get-go it was brutal. Just brutal,” he adds. Local operators say that nothing compares to the slog of running a food truck—even owners who […]


City to Launch Food Truck Program

The City of Cambridge is accepting applications for a pilot program that will bring food trucks to Central Square, Cambridgeport, Kendall Square, and North Point Park next year. The move comes after numerous residents told city officials that they’d like to see food trucks, according to Lisa Hemmerle, director of economic development for the Community […]


SCOUT PICK: Food Truck Festival Goes Vegan for Kendall Square

In 2011, the founders of Food Truck Festivals of America were just trying to plan a party. Their marketing company, Aigner/Prensky Marketing, represented a community in Plymouth that wanted something different. This is back in 2011, and while that may seem like just a few short years ago, at the time, food trucks were hardly […]


Food Trucks Pave the Way for Brick-and-Mortar Stores

In December 2008, after three months of testing, the folks behind Clover–now a staple in the food truck community–were packing up their truck for good. They’d collected the data that they’d set out to get, tweaked the recipes based on customer feedback and explored their brand. They were ready to make moves on a brick-and-mortar […]