Customers visited food trucks in April 2012, in a lot between Vine and Main streets in Lexington. The Bluegrass Food Blast was an event to highlight mobile vendors. For several years, food trucks have sought more access in downtown.
Customers visited food trucks in April 2012, in a lot between Vine and Main streets in Lexington. The Bluegrass Food Blast was an event to highlight mobile vendors. For several years, food trucks have sought more access in downtown. HERALD-LEADER
Customers visited food trucks in April 2012, in a lot between Vine and Main streets in Lexington. The Bluegrass Food Blast was an event to highlight mobile vendors. For several years, food trucks have sought more access in downtown. HERALD-LEADER

Lexington council extends food truck pilot program to the end of 2014

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