Diners line up at a Freddy’s Steakburgers food truck during a visit the truck made to downtown Bradenton in February. The truck was only stopped for one day and doesn’t have a place to come back to because of the City of Bradenton regulations surrounding food trucks.
Diners line up at a Freddy’s Steakburgers food truck during a visit the truck made to downtown Bradenton in February. The truck was only stopped for one day and doesn’t have a place to come back to because of the City of Bradenton regulations surrounding food trucks. Herald file photo
Diners line up at a Freddy’s Steakburgers food truck during a visit the truck made to downtown Bradenton in February. The truck was only stopped for one day and doesn’t have a place to come back to because of the City of Bradenton regulations surrounding food trucks. Herald file photo
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Food truck regulations still better in Manatee than Sarasota

November 10, 2016 04:48 PM

UPDATED November 11, 2016 02:02 PM

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