Hot Bird Food Truck Trucks Off, Leaving a Parking Spot to Fill

And just as swiftly as he drove into our lives, he was gone.
And just as swiftly as he drove into our lives, he was gone.
newyorkstreetfood.com

Goods isn't the only food truck to drive off into the sunset. Alan Harding's food truck at Hot Bird on Atlantic Avenue is no more.

The truck was closed for most of the winter. A recent visit to the bar revealed it was gone altogether, leaving a huge empty space in the concrete courtyard (and the lives of regulars, who will now be forced to satisfy any booze-induced cravings across the street at McDonald's). A bartender said the bar's management is currently looking for a new food vendor to replace Harding. So, if you're looking for a place to park your mobile restaurant, you might want to roll up here.

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