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New Music-Themed Food Truck Ready to Rock this Spring

Ayana Wilson Ayana Wilson New Music-Themed Food Truck Ready to Rock this Spring
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For those who have ever wondered what their favorite rock ‘n’ roll song would taste like, the Sticky Finger Foods Food Truck has the answer. The collaborative efforts of three food industry veterans, the truck, which will primarily serve deli fare and coffee, will hit Columbus’ streets this Spring.

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Gretchen VanNatta, Edward VanNatta, and Chad Geib are the partners behind Sticky Finger Foods. Their idea of combining food and music is not a new one, but their take starts and ends with the quality of ingredients, not the gimmick, which customers should appreciate.

“We want to provide an experience mixing quality food with fun music,” shares Gretchen. “There are so many awesome food trucks in Columbus, but we plan on being the best deli and coffee truck there is.”

Long-time supporters of local farms and businesses, the team sources everything for the truck from Ohio merchants. Their meats and cheeses come from Walnut Creek Foods in Holmes County, and their coffee beans from Wallhouse Coffee, who roast their beans weekly in Sugarcreek.

Customers choreograph their own show at the truck. They begin by picking a song which corresponds to a ¼-pound sandwich served on a pretzel bun. The Beast of Burden is roast beef, cheddar, and caramelized onions with all the fixings, while Angie is an Italian symphony of ham, salami, pepperoni, and provolone.

Then, guests pick a backing band (condiments) and an opening act, if desired. The choice is between Golden Lady (fries) and Lovin’ Cup (slaw). For the encore, there’re Cherry and Apple Fry Pies, all to be washed down by the diner’s favorite poison: coffee or soda.

Satisfaction, more commonly known as a combo, will cost $10, and for that patrons get a sandwich, fries, slaw, and soda. Individual songs cost $7, while the support runs anywhere from $1-$3.

Sticky Finger Foods Food Truck will be at festivals and fairs this Spring and Summer once they launch in May. They also hope to be interactive with their clientele as well, hosting weekly Rolling Stones trivia games off their website.

For a complete look at the Sticky Finger Foods menu, and to track their progress and locations, visit www.stickyfingerfoods.com.

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