It will soon be easier to get a late-night food fix downtown Boston.
The food trucks in Boston and beyond have been expanding and offer everything from Mexican foods to desserts at these spots north of the city.
The city of Boston says it’s trying to accommodate a new business model. The retail business model is out of the back of a truck.
Right now the owners of the so-called “Rag Wagons” are asking the city to come up with a permitting process.
The food truck invasion is taking over Brookline, at least temporarily.
Mayor Thomas M. Menino has approved 15 new permanent food truck locations in several Boston neighborhoods, the Boston Redevelopment Authority announced in a news release on Tuesday.
The i-Team recently dug into Boston’s latest culinary craze: food trucks.