Councilmember Tom LaBonge cites "safety concerns" in a move that snatches lucrative real-estate from the mobile vendors' grip.
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The year-long battle on Mid-Wilshire might just be beginning to heat up.
The Santa Monica-born burger chain will replace Koo Koo Roo.
Museum Square won't confirm its paying employees to park illegally all day.
Brick and mortars go under, but probably not due to unfair competition.
LAPD and health officials target L.A.'s bacon-wrapped hot dogs.
Skewers on Wheels debuts mobile robatayaki tomorrow, and India Jones parks in Beverly Hills.
Zagat releases a new L.A. survey, but bobbles the city's biggest trend.
Most of the popular food trucks are headed west today for lunch.
Marked5 takes a rare trip Downtown and Coolhaus offers dessert in Brentwood.
Baby's Badass hits the 90210 today and Dosa Truck greets Santa Monica.
South Philly Experience brings its crossover cheesesteaks over to West L.A. and Kogi provides lunch for Mid-Wilshire and Culver City.
Kogi brings two trucks to West L.A. to satisfy the hunger for their tacos.
Baby's Badass brings their burgers to Culver City while Kogi Azul appears in Koreatown.
Kogi still pounding the pavements between three neighborhoods and India Jones is parked at U.S.C.
Kogi's spread across the land today, while Dosa Truck is back on the block.
Border Grill Truck holds lunch on Mid-Wilshire, and Kogi Verde is in West L.A.
Even with business down, one food truck owner says "no" to boycotting those possibly responsible.