“I love my truck, and I felt like I worked really hard to get it,” she said. “Everything is in there, we’ll make it work.”
The food truck is Meatballerz's largest source of business, but the company also offers catering and has plans to open a brick and mortar restaurant offering the same fare. The restaurant, which is scheduled to open in late August, will be located at Prep 3, industrial kitchen space "subdivided into private kitchens that will be used for central commissary production, catering, food manufacturing, restaurant retail and ghost kitchen operation," according to its website.
The truck is best-known for its meatball sandwich, but the menu also boasts pasta, pizza and a vegetarian grilled cheese, as well as special offerings for events.
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