An Inside Look at New York City Street Vendors' Fight to Survive
The city only gives out 4,000 permits a year, creating a black market for vendors securing them illegally—but now one local legislator is pushing to offer up more.
Racist Incident at Portland Food Truck Leads to Backlash for Unrelated Food Cart
The people of Portland keep mistaking Gharib Muhammad for another man who used a racial slur and threw a bottle of Gatorade at a customer.
Tahiti's Global Cuisine Is Best Experienced Through Its Food Trucks
The menus reflect the mashup of cultures that have shaped the cuisine of the islands: Chinese stir-fries and Thai-style curries, Polynesian fresh and cured fish dishes, globalized pizza, and French classics.
This Malaysian City Is the Food Cart Mecca You've Never Heard Of
In George Town—where Indian, Hokkien Chinese, Hakka, Cantonese, Malay, and everything in between clash in a beautiful culinary supernova—it is hard to find a bad meal.
Portland's Oldest Food Cart Park Could Get Wiped Out by a New High-Rise
Some 60 to 70 food carts will need to find new homes if the development proceeds, displacing one of the city’s prime cultural attractions.