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Entries with Keyword food trucks

Food trucks are everyone’s answer to a quick and easy meal. For starters, the snacks on offer are cheap and of good quality. It is also a far more pleasant experience than eating in a fast-food restaurant; instead of munching …

After a painstaking yearlong wait, food trucks will now begin to hit the actual streets (and not just private spaces) starting this February. In this way, Buenos Aires will finally be able to lay claim to a gastronomical trend that …

Sadly this weekend is halved down from four days long to two. Indeed, real life is upon us once more (until the next feriado). But let’s not cry over spilt milk. “Normal” weekends aren’t all that bad. Here’s what …

If you missed the food truck mania at the Hippodrome this weekend you missed out on some pretty delicious vegetarian wraps and chicken woks oozing with soy sauce. But not all is lost.

Food trucks are invading the city again …

The people who brought you Buenos Aires Market, a daytime festival of food trucks and fun, are back with a nighttime installment. The nights of the 11 and 12 of December, the Hipódromo de Palermo will fill with all …

The Food Truck movement got started in Buenos Aires a few years ago, and has been at the heart of a legislative contradiction ever since. Food trucks can legally exist (technically), but Law 1166/03 prevents them from selling their products

Buenos Aires is typically quite hip to global food trends, but many here are often perplexed by the lack of a substantial food truck scene.

At present, food trucks are banned from operating in public spaces to the exception of …