Food trucks will not be allowed in the America’s Cup Park or America’s Cup Village during the upcoming international regatta, the San Francisco Business Times reported.
The event’s “master concessionaire,” Levy Premium Foodservice, has asked for applications for 27 food and beverage slots and 12 booths, but has specifically excluded food trucks, according to the newspaper. It’s also looking for vendors for a separate 5,000-square-foot sports bar and food and beverage outlet.
The America’s Cup Event Authority did not know why food trucks were spurned, according to the report, which also said requests for comment from Levy were not returned.
Tim Jeffery, a spokesman for the America’s Cup, told the Business Times that food trucks have been part of previous events related to the regatta.