When lawyer Zan Kaufman quit her day job and left New York in 2012, she cooked up a tasty idea that’s since turned into a booming burger business called Bleecker St. Named after a popular thoroughfare in downtown Manhattan, Zan’s burger joints and food trucks are now the talk of London.
In the wilderness, nobody wants to come face-to-face with a hungry bear. But on the streets of Lidcombe, people flock to The Hungry Bear every morning for their daily coffee fix.
A design competition has inspired Israeli interior designer Liat Eliav to bring her winning shipping container cafe design to life. Known simply as The Container, the mobile coffee shop was built in just five weeks.
The bright yellow exterior of Austin-based Burro Cheese Kitchen is a dead giveaway of what’s cooking inside.
With its reputation for sky-high rents, New York City is a tough place to set up shop. As mayoral candidate Jimmy McMillan famously put it: The rents are too damn high!
The eternal search for Australia’s most innovative eateries often leads to Melbourne and Sydney.
With the arrival of the summer season in Perth, a popular new shipping container bar has popped up on the banks of the Swan River.
From New York to Paris to Tokyo, food truck culture has really taken off in recent years.
And as food truck fever takes the world by storm, Sydney foodies have quite literally hopped on the bandwagon.
A colourful new container taqueria is importing more than Mexican beers to the historic U Street Corridor in Washington DC.
Run by brothers Eric and Ian Hilton, El Rey is bringing the neighbourhood back to life.
Bubbling over with creativity and artisanal entrepreneurial activity, Brooklyn has long been New York City’s leading hipster hub.