Eddy, we recently acquired our street peddler’s license in the City of Milwaukee. The rules are similar to Denver. Everything must be attached to the cart. No coolers on the ground and no tables. To deal with this situation, we store our large marine coolers with extra dogs, condiments, and drinks in the van, parked five feet from the cart. I have two bulit-in coolers on my cart. One for drinks, the other for dogs. The condiment table now has wheels attached to the legs and is connected to the cart hitch with a bungee cord, which is perfectly legal. If I need a grill, I’m allowed to attach a marine grill to the push bar on the cart. Our license allows set up on any city sidewalk as long as we don’t block foot traffic, don’t block the entrance to a business, and don’t claim jump on another cart’s location. We can also set up 500 feet from a major event area: the Summerfest grounds, the Bradley Center, the Midwest Airlines Convention Center, the Milwaukee Public Museum, the Marcus Center for Performing Arts, the Milwukee Circus grounds, and the Miller Park parking facilities. I was in downtown Denver in the summer of 2006. I saw lot of a hot dog carts. There was one on the median strip at the cross walk of every intersection. The area was over saturated with hot dog carts selling the exact same product. I wish you the best in your new location.