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Should food trucks be restricted? And how much?

Devon O’Reilly is in for his Friday appearance. We talk about a few things around town, but the big focus of conversation is food trucks. Where should they be allowed? Do they compete with local businesses? Devon has some strong opinions about a proposed ordinance in Dearborn that would put some strong limits on them. The rundown: Where we’ve been: 01:50 – CIBO is open in the Cambria, and it looks amazing 04:27 – Jer went to see Waitress the Musical movie with Sara Bareilles at the B...

Delray Barbecue is an Amazing Barbecue Pop-Up In A Lesser Traveled Corner Of Detroit

When you sit and realize that you’ve ordered carry out from the same place eight times in the last three months, you realize you probably need to write about this place. That should tell you about my feelings on Delray Barbecue. So I had to learn what’s behind the BBQ. Here’s how it got started. About a year and a half ago, proprietor Collin Karcher says he inherited a pig smoker from his dad and started a catering company. When the pandemic struck in March, Karcher (along wi...

A First Taste Of The New Detroit Fleat Food Truck & Boozery In Ferndale (PHOTOS)

Food trucks & booze? It sounds like a winning combination. And, at first look, it seems as if Detroit Fleat, the new food truck park & bar just outside of downtown Ferndale, has delivered. Walking in the space, the walls are filled with Detroit nostalgia. Faygo. Better Made. Stroh’s. It has that garage feel that’s very in right now, with large garage doors that open to the patios. They also allow the place to be a year-round establishment. More on that later. Heading outside to the p...

Food Truck Park & Boozery Coming To Ferndale, Aims For Summer Opening

Ferndale is hopping on the development front. One of the latest is the redevelopment of the Wing Hing Inn at 1820 East 9 Mile Road, just west of I-75. The space is going to become “Detroit Fleat,” a food truck park that also will have a bar that they’re calling a “boozery.” They bill themselves as Metro Detroit’s first food truck park, and pulled tried and true ideas from other cities for the concept. “One of our partners has family members who lives in Portland where Food truck Parks and...

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