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STOPPING TRAFFIC

The OG low-prep street food carts and kitschy ice-cream trucks are side pieces no more. The early 2010s saw these mobile diners quickly go from mass to millennial-chic when celebrity chefs like Roy Choi (Kogi) and Tamara Brown (Sassy Spoon) rose to fame cheffing in vans across the US. Now, between their mobility and low investment (sometimes one-tenth that of a restaurant), aspiring chefs are hoping to make their mark in the culinary world through vansTricky licencing issues aside, the verdict is in: Rolling restaurants are

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