Food trucks have become a favorite for Las Vegans looking for a gourmet lunch or a late night bite. The popularity of food trucks in Las Vegas has even led to the creation of a monthly festival dedicated to tacos, chicken wings and a plethora of other culinary treats on wheels. But, despite their popularity, some restaurant owners say the trucks are drawing business away from brick-and-mortar establishments. The Las Vegas City Council is weighing whether or not to impose a ban on food trucks operating within a certain distance from existing restaurants. So where do food trucks fit in? We'll explore the debate.
Rick Truesdell, Planning Commissioner, City of Las Vegas
Wes Myles, owner, The Arts Factory and Bar + Bistro
Colin Fukunaga, owner, Fukuburger food truck
Bert Gall, Senior Attorney, The Institute for Justice
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