"Once you serve your first meal, you have an hour and then you have to move," says Doug Maheu, who is also known as Doug the Food Dude. "It's a safety issue. There's a customer issue - if you have a line of people when that hour is up."
He blames pressure coming from brick and mortar restaurants.
"There are obviously some competing businesses that would like to see us go away," says Maheu.
But Jill Griffin of Arlington County Economic Development says nothing has changed. She says there is an ongoing dialogue about ways to improve the ordinance and that dialogue includes vendors.