In what way does a wine bar directly compete with a food truck?

I like Chapel Hill, I used to live there (even if it is filled with a bunch of aging hippies suffering from white guilt), but this is pretty ridiculous and is just one example of the reason we didn’t continue living there.

The fact that food trucks are regulated by a multitude of governement agencies is frustrating, but even more so are business owners in favor of complicated laws that protect their business while limiting entry into the marketplace for other individuals. 

And just how is a food truck going to compete directly with a wine bar?  I have yet to figure that one out yet.

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