How to Make a Super Bowl Food Truck, and Other Tips
By now, you’ve probably seen the Super Bowl’s food trucks popping up all over the city, but you probably haven’t gotten the chance to visit them.
That’s because the city hasn’t opened its first Super Bowl food truck, which means that most people in Cincinnati have to rely on food trucks to get their fix.
But now, there’s hope!
On Wednesday, Cincinnati announced that the city’s first food truck is opening in its central business district, where it’ll offer food for the Super-Bowl party crowd.
The truck will be named The Cheeseburger Truck and will be located in the historic city’s Union Station.
The restaurant will offer up “delicious” burgers, fries, sandwiches, salads, and more.
The Cheers will also be able to serve food to the general public, and some local businesses are already lining up to serve them.
“We are thrilled to announce our first Cincinnati food truck,” said Cincy Mayor John Cranley.
“Cincinnati is a vibrant and vibrant city, and we are excited to serve our fans at The Cheer.”
There’s no word on when The Chee’s opening will be, but the city has already signed up a slew of local food trucks and restaurants, including Big Gulp in Cincinnati, Big Green in Cleveland, and Blue Jay’s BBQ in Pittsburgh.
The city has also hired a food truck manager, so The Cheezer’s delivery service will be able quickly and efficiently pick up food for its customers, and there will be an app for the food truck to quickly get its burgers and fries from.
In addition to its food truck debut, Cincinnati is also expanding its beer and wine distribution.
The first two new locations will be in the city and at the Downtown Crossing.
According to Cincinnati’s Department of Economic Development, the two locations will offer food trucks, wine, and beer.
And the city is also looking to open a second location for a food cart and retail food truck.
“The Cincinnati region is home to a variety of innovative businesses, from a locally owned and operated food truck company, to an award-winning craft beer company, and a wine and beer destination,” said Mayor Cranley, “that all have their own unique challenges and opportunities.”
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