LOS ANGELES The mobile food vendor scene in Los Angeles got a new set of wheels this week with the debut of the city’s first “bus-taurant,” a double-decker bus serving high-end fare. Unlike the growing number of food truck operators throughout the Los Angeles area, the bustaurant, called World Fare, offers guests a place to dine on the open-air roof of the vehicle, which has umbrellas for shade and marble bar tops.World Fare is operated by Travis Schmidt, a South African who previously ...
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