Slamwich Brothers Food Truck Set to Hit the Streets
For those who like a little funk with their food, Slamwich Brothers Food Truck will be the ticket. At least that’s what Andrew and Billy Bazemore hope. The brothers are launching the truck this March with one goal in mind: to elevate the hoagie experience by having a little fun.
The Bazemore Brothers started cooking at an early age, and after years of experimentation, they’re ready to bring an international flair to the most everyday of events: having a sandwich. Each slamwich will be custom-designed and offer a distinct twist on familiar flavors.
Like the Seoul Man, a Korean bulgogi cheese steak sub with house-made kim chee and sautéed Asian pears. Or the Mimi, a vegetarian delight named after the brothers’ mother. Each slamwich will cost anywhere from $6-$10, and will come with a pickle and sides of kettle chips.
All of the ingredients the Slamwich Brothers use are locally-sourced and honestly farmed. This means that there will be rotating weekly specials based on seasonality. The Slamwich Brothers will not offer fried foods either, opting instead to serve healthy, filling fare.
“Our goal has been to deconstruct fine dining by taking ingredients from plate to sandwich,” share the brothers on their concept. “We are going to be your favorite stop when you are looking for a perfectly-balanced and healthy meal on the go.”
The Slamwich Brothers Food Trucks will serve lunch at different locations around the city, and at night, will be at bars and other venues where people need good grub. They will also be at festivals and fairs in the city, including Comfest, Park Street Festival, and the Columbus Food Truck Festival.
The Slamwich Brothers Food Truck launches on Friday, March 28th at World of Beer, 503 South Front Street. For more on their hours of operation and locations, follow them at www.facebook.com/SlamwichBrothersColumbus.