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Thursday, May 19, 2011

Bull City Burger and Brewery introduces the Patty Wagon

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Last week Facebook and Twitter lit up when Seth Gross, owner of Bull City Burger and Brewery (107 E. Parrish St., Durham, 919-680-2333), announced that the restaurant would be "jumping on the bandwagon with a four-wheeled mobile vehicle." Fans were eager for another Triangle food truck. But it turns out that Gross intended his use of the word "wagon" to be read literally. His new venture: a hand cart called the Patty Wagon that will operate within a twohttp://www.bullcityburgerandbrewery.com/BCB&B/Home.html-block radius of the downtown eatery. One of Bull City Burger and Brewery's immediate neighbors is City Hall, where employees, Gross...

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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Chapel Hill warms to food trucks, considers next steps to allowing vendors in town

Posted By on Tue, May 17, 2011 at 1:38 PM

Chapel Hill moved closer to allowing food trucks within town limits Monday night during a public hearing where members of the Town Council expressed initial support for the mobile vendors provided that regulations could be set and enforced. “I don’t envision this as something that would only be a benefit to the downtown,” Mayor pro Tem Jim Ward said. “I think it could be many places in this community.” File photo by Jeremy LangeChapel Hill is considering crafting new rules to provide better access for food trucks such as Captain Poncho's Tacos, seen here parked at the corner of Merritt...

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