Phillip Foss's punny lunch wagons hawk all manner of meatball sandwiches, from honey-mustard-salmon balls to Tunisian-style lamb-and-chicken balls. In-your-face slogans plastered to the three trucks in Foss's fleet go a bit overboard with the joke—"Have you had our salty chocolate balls in your mouth?"—but the former Lockwood chef has been successful regardless, namely for being one of the first to hit the streets. Current regulations that require the sandwiches to be assembled and wrapped in a separate, stationary kitchen result in often soggy bread and muted flavors, a solid argument for the made-to-order movement.
|Venue name:||The Meatyballs Mobile (CLOSED)|
|Price:||Average item: $8|
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