Fifth annual Central Valley United Way Food Truck Festival brings several newcomers for 2018 Photos by Corey Evan/The Valley ChronicleThe Pastrami Rachel from A New York Delicatessen on Wheels. ■ By Corey Evan / Reporter Starting a fixed restaurant kitchen can be quite an expense. A 2015 survey places the average cost of starting a new restaurant at around $275,000, and that’s without ownership of the building you move into. Vendors can also opt to start up a cheaper alternative, like say, a food truck, they can sometimes go for as low as $50,000. Another upside is that they can also do what other fixed kitchens can’t, and that’s go places!
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