ONE SILVER LINING in the cloud dogging the restaurant business is the proliferation of food trucks in major cities across the country. Utilitarian lunch wagons have been a fixture on blue collar work sites for decades, but it took an upstart named Kogi to turn up the heat on this niche. As everyone knows by now, Kogi's Korean tacos and clever use of social media tapped into an unmet need for mobile food — and sparked a rush of wannabes. Wondering whether you should be out there, too? We ...

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