Councilmember Tom LaBonge cites "safety concerns" in a move that snatches lucrative real-estate from the mobile vendors' grip.
Evan Funke and Nutella Both Have Food Trucks in Los Angeles, but Not Together.
The Kosher Mexican restaurant's full menu is coming on-board.
U-Haul trucks and other vehicles are increasingly taking valuable spaces away from businesses, one business owner tells us.
The restaurant's menu includes carnitas nachos, charred bok choy, and pork belly BLTs.
A former devotee to Phoenix's Pizzeria Bianco, Scott Tremonti offers almond wood-fired traditional pies from a moving vehicle.
The business is growing from its early days as a mobile restaurant.
Are these guys starting to act like dicks or is it just us?
The two will offer a discussion with Los Angeles editor Lelsey Bargar Suter.
The business flies Maine lobster into L.A. daily for lobster rolls and split, skewered tail.
It's a little like Footloose with food trucks.
The chain has struck a deal with Westfield, with plans to introduce a Sherman Oaks and Century City location, along with a pizza truck.
The neighborhood isn't so sure a recovery housing complex and late-night restaurant selling hooch should share space.
The chefs will battle with their best mushroom dishes.
"The Hump Day Lot" will serve days and evenings in a return of the endeavor after more than two years' shutter.
The truck plans to cover Southern California with sweet, sticky libations.
Will the Korean upstart snatch the $50,000 prize from Wasilla's Mama Grizzly Grub?
Every Thursday through September, there will be a picnic on the beach.
The massive sushi distributor is placing bets on a truck serving Japanese rice balls.