Food trucks are a growing trend in many areas, but Windsor bylaws prevent the curbside service.
"In other cities, like Toronto, St. Catherines, Hamilton the Niagara area, I think it's proven that it's a flourishing business," said John Neil, who co-owns Smokin' Aces Mobile BBQ with Trevor Loop.
Their truck hits the road next week, despite Windsor's bylaws.
They'll be attending private events and festivals, like Windsor's Fork and Cork this July
"Rather then go to the restaurants, having the restaurants come to you becomes an option people are looking for these days," Loop said.
Curbside service in Windsor has several restrictions.
Fulvio Valentinis the councillor for the downtown area says he's open to discussions exploring a change to bylaws, but he warns that there are many stakeholders that could resist the idea.
"If you own a restaurant, you don't want to give up two parking spaces in front of your restaurant for someone setting up a food truck," Valentinis said. "I'm sure there's going to be issues there.
"So, it's a discussion with the business community and beyond and then council could set up some parameters in doing that."