Go Cheap Street with Go Streatery…
When December’s cloudy coldness is nipping at your nips, the last thing that conjures up in your mind is sitting on a curb in a suburban retail shopping plaza to roam from food truck to food truck. When I saw Go Streatery’s menu options online, I immediately strutted down to check out the truck. The truck, that promises to bring “peasant food” to the masses, slightly resembles a Southern jazz shack that sits in quiet solitude along the mighty Mississippi. All right, maybe I’m getting too romantic about a fucking truck. But, I will tell you that the Oxtail and Grits that I held in my hand started to make pockets of saliva quiver inside of my mouth long before I opened up to stuff anything inside.
Lemon Ricotta Zeppoles topped with confectioner’s sugar and wrapped in a page from a catalog, but separated by a piece of parchment. Cute. The Zeppoles were just how a doughnut should be, but is often not. Incredibly crunchy on the outside and airy on the inside. And for $3, a terrible addiction lurking around the bend.
I don’t know how I managed to miss this truck in its year’s existence, but I’m glad I discovered it. You’ll be glad as well when you get your keister off the cushion and onto the Streatery.