Food Trucks Would Be Able To Stay In One Spot For Four Hours Under Plan Backed By License CommitteeFood truck owners have said the current two-hour time limit often leaves them without enough time to make a profit, given how long it takes to set up and break down.
Taste Of Chicago 2019: What You Need To KnowThe Taste of Chicago kicks off in Grant Park on July 10, here's what you need to know.
39th Taste Of Chicago Lineup AnnouncedThe 39th Annual Taste of Chicago will bring 82 eateries with more than 300 menu items to Grant Park this July.
Illinois Supreme Court Hears Food Truck Regulations CaseLaura Pekarik sued Chicago shortly after the city's food truck regulations were introduced, saying the regulations unfairly suppress competition.
Taste Of Chicago Opening WednesdayChicago's reputation as a world-class city for food will be showcased Wednesday when the 38th annual Taste of Chicago opens at Grant park.
2018 Taste of Chicago PreviewWhen the best of Chicago's cuisine converges in Grant Park this Wednesday for five days of food and music, drivers will need to plan ahead to avoid road closures the city will put into place starting at 4 p.m. on July 16.
2018 Taste Of Chicago PreviewChicago will celebrate the very best of the city's expansive restaurant scene for five days at the 38th annual Taste of Chicago, starting Wednesday at Grant Park.
Food Truck Festival Kicks Off This Weekend In Aurora
Food Truck Owners Lose Court Battle Over Ordinance RulesThe food fight appears to be over as food truck owners lose another round in court.
Food Truck Owner Takes City's Regulations To Appeals CourtShe argues that the rule banning food trucks within 200-feet of a brick and mortar restaurant is unconstitutional.
Food Truck Owners Lose Battle With City Over 2012 RegulationsA baker who sued the city over its rules governing food trucks said she plans to appeal a judge’s decision upholding restrictions on where the mobile businesses can operate, and requiring them to be equipped with city-monitored GPS devices.
Food Trucks Find New Laws UnconstitutionalThe Institute for Justice appeared Wednesday in court on behalf of the Cupcakes for Courage food truck to ask that two provisions in Chicago’s food truck laws be found unconstitutional.
Chicago Food Truck Operators Calling For Less Stringent LawsFood truck owners are calling for a new ordinance with less stringent rules.
Food Trucks Return To Daley Plaza TodayThe air might still have a winter chill in Chicago, but it will feel a bit like spring at Daley Plaza this morning, as the city's Food Truck Fests will make their debut for the year.
Foodie's Guide To Washington, DCFood lover's guide to the best places for dining in the nation's capital.