"Food trucks are not for the faint of heart. For our cafe, I don't have to worry about someone coming in and moving my restaurant," Kim Billingsley told Nation's Restaurant News.
Billingsley is co-owner of No Tomatoes, a Los Angeles food truck that spawned a brick-and-mortar cafe. The No Tomatoes truck was reported stolen in December and was recovered by police 200 miles away in a motel parking lot in Fresno, Calif., where it had been repainted with the words "Bad Boy Burgers." It was returned to its owners in time for them to serve Rose Bowl crowds in Pasadena on Jan. 2.