Following his forced removal, Ricky Piña is serving on weekends in Chinatown, but may soon hit the city at large.
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Awaiting new software, the public health department reaffirms its goals to assign letter grades to the city's 6,000-strong fleet of mobile eateries.
Who cares about PETA suing you when you can feel the wind in your hair?
Trucks over six feet tall are being pushed away from the street's intersections.
A twelve-hour day finds new beers and several caterers collaborating in Downtown.
The new restaurant will have more dishes, wine and beer, and outside seating.
Lunch trucks were threatened with violence and death if they refused to pay "rent."
Roughly two dozen gang members were taken down in a plot to extort loncheros.
Plans are soundly dashed to bring booze into a building that shelters and treats former Skid Row residents.
Ten trucks and a mix of jewelry, art, and clothes vendors are taking over weekly at The Victorian.
Rudy Garciduenas turned to food trucking after losing his job with The Lakers.
200 will be available at noon for one-day only, as the chef gets ready to close his porchetta truck.
The truck will embrace a different concept every week for a month.
How could bacon and Nutella possibly go wrong?
The six-dollar sandwich may become a permanent item when Bucato starts serving lunch in summer.
Bäco Mercat may have the umlaut, but this is the most metal restaurant of all.
The owner of Lou Wine Bar will pair vino with seven courses of Thai street food.
Raul Ortega brings his beloved tacos dorados to the Fashion District.
Last week, the chef sold 120 sandwiches in under two hours.
The restaurant will feature photos of heavy metal icons and a black matte counter-top.