Four Seasons Food Truck Hits the Road, Will Offer $4 to $12 Plates
On September 16th, a new food truck will hit the streets and the lunch hour rush. But this is no halal-slinging, grilled cheese grilling, oreo frying, run-of-the-mill cart. No, this is the Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Truck, which will be dubbed the FS Taste Truck for short, and it’s going on an eight-week, eight-city tour across the United States.
The truck will cover over 1,000 miles, stopping at Four Seasons locations in Santa Barbara, Palo Alto, and Sante Fe, to name a few. Chefs from each hotel will prep the food to be served from the truck, depending on its location.
For example, a stop in Beverly Hills will offer short rib quesadillas with Oaxaca cheese and avocado and tres leches cake. Other offerings might be beef hearts, octopus, or ahi tuna and will be sold for $4 to $12 per dish.
A portion of the proceeds from the truck will go to Chefs to End Hunger, a charity that redistributes unused food from restaurants and hotels. But if this trial run is successful, there are already plans to send the truck to even more locations next year.
To find the truck’s locations, follow @FSTasteTruck on Twitter. Let us know in the comments if you manage to visit the truck!
H/T + PicThx NYTimes
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