While most lauded the city’s decision to finally green-light some culinary diversity to the hotdog and sausage street-food status quo that had existed for decades, many simultaneously criticized the all-too-lengthy process of launching it, not to mention the actual quality of the food.
But at least the denizens of Hogtown finally have options that the people in other leading cities around the world enjoy — or do they?
It’s also known as a hot-bed for street food — thanks to some lax regulations around serving it, the city is full of ad-hoc culinary “pods,” which are basically food courts in parking lots and other open spaces. Guerilla-style gumbo, anyone?
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