Food Truck Violates City Vending Code

In a brazen attempt to steal business from a brick-and-mortar restaurant selling a similar product, the Franktuary food truck will be setting up shop directly outside its own storefront during downtown Pittsburgh’s Light Up Night celebration. Normally not open in the evening, Franktuary’s storefront has made special arrangements to be open from 6:00 pm to […]

Support Food Trucks!

Help Franktuary, PghMobileFood, and Councilman Bill Peduto establish a better mobile vending code in Pittsburgh! Watch this video, sign the petition, and voice your support!

Pgh Mobile Food

Have you heard about Pgh Mobile Food? Pittsburgh’s food trucks are standing in solidarity, advocating for a better mobile vending code in Pittsburgh, and bringing more and more choices to you, the consumer. If you’re reading this blog there’s a pretty good chance you’re interested in what Pgh Mobile Food is seeking to accomplish. If […]


Join the Fight for Pittsburgh Food Trucks “There is a current issue of political importance, however, that renewed my appetite and rallied my hunger for change…” October 14, 2012 by Pittsburghlar

Food Truck Rally This Sunday

October 12, 2012 (Pittsburgh, PA) –  “How to Change A Law,” a two-part lecture series presented by Franktuary and Pittsburgh’s alternative college Saxifrage School, was attended by more than one hundred concerned citizens over the past two weeks.  The first lecture was presented by Robert Frommer of the Institute for Justice and focused on competition […]

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

New website, talks, law keep Pittsburgh’s food truck scene moving forward “Pittsburgh’s fledgling food truck scene is moving forward…” October 4, 2012 by Bob Batz Jr. and Marlene Parrish, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette