(DNAINFO) Jeanmarie Evelly | November 2, 2015 — Popular food truck Mexico Blvd. served its last tacos on Friday, halting operations after four years due to what its owner described as the city’s “insupportable” system for regulating street vendors.
Jordi Loaeza, who started Mexico Blvd. with parents Marlene Guinchard and Jorge Loaeza, said running the truck had become a burden for a myriad of reasons, including frequent tickets and a scarcity of valid street cart permits.”
All the regulations around the mobile food industry is just — it’s very complicated,” he said. “It was a good business. It’s sad for us to close it.”