It all started on November 12th. Apparently, Radish parked above the sacred Waterman line that divides
the kingdom Thayer Street from restaurant to food truck domain. That’s a big no-no in the food truck world, but newbie Radish hadn’t caught on. King of Sliders Rocket, however, was sure to let them know in a very public way…
Was this FYI really as friendly as Rocket intended it to be? Did Radish knowingly park
across enemy lines above Waterman to piss off other food trucks? But wait, there’s more. Continue Reading
Lunchtime on Thayer between Waterman & George is a beautiful thing. Where else can you get a side of tacos for your bulgogi rice set? Well, tomorrow you can feast on your favorite meal on wheels and do some good for our community. Four food trucks— Thayer Street favorites Rocket and Providence Coffee Roasters, as well as Roxy Lobster and Jack’s Ice cream—are hosting a food truck extravaganza dubbed Truck-a-Palooza. From 1-4 p.m., these trucks will park at Roger Williams National Memorial and serve delicious nomz for charity. Ten percent of their profits will go to the City Meal Site food bank. Good food, good cause, and a good reason to leave the Hill.