"Complying with the existing mobile vending code makes it difficult, if not impossible, for food truck operators to earn a living. Mobile vendors need to have access to customers to succeed, yet it appears that current laws are designed to limit the number of people a food truck operator can realistically expect to serve.
I want to live in a city that encourages small business, but current food truck policy does the opposite. As a Pittsburgh resident and consumer, I support pro-food truck reform because I desire good and plentiful dining options. Furthermore, I want my city to create a business environment that empowers entrepreneurs of all types to add value to the place I call home."
Learn about the Food Truck issues we are working on by reading notes from our classes on local laws, the Food Truck laws, our Open Letter and the proposed changes to Pittsburgh's Law (Full text found here).
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Founded in 2004 in the back of a gothic cathedral, Franktuary's food truck is taking the restaurant's signature New York style, grass-fed local, and vegetarian franks to the streets. The truck also serves french fries and the best poutine this side of Canada.
Our pierogi are delicious and completely different from the ones you might find in the freezer section. Our dough is soft and the fillings are plump. In the food we make, we don’t use fillers or preservatives and always use real butter and potatoes. We stick to tried and true recipes made with good ingredients. Try our stuffed cabbage. Each one is made by hand in small batches and then cooked all day in a tomato sauce. Smacznego!