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Ted’s hotdog truck striking streets

Ted’s Hot Dogs will certainly be signing up with Buffalo’s food truck fleet, with a mobile area in the works to begin vending later this summertime. “It ought to be on the street by the end of July, early August,” stated Joe Drust, Ted’s ceo. It’s a 22-foot Freightliner, just like the truck Chef’s just recently revealed, Drust said. The truck hasn’t officially been named, but it’s created as a mobile symptom of a Ted’s outlet. The truck will open up on the side and allow customers to make decisions as they inch along the production line, choosing about meats, toppings, sides and beverages, Drust said. Its grills will be charcoal-fired. “It’s type of cool to be able to remain to capitalize on something that has made us distinct for such a long time,” Drust stated. Virtually the only Ted’s menu product not offered from the truck will be milkshakes, he said. Ted’s is also making progress on its new downtown shop on Chippewa Street, in the Hampton Inn at the corner of Delaware Avenue. The ninth Western New York location is being developed to evoke Ted’s original area, opened in 1927 below the Peace Bridge. The company is soliciting building quotes, and wants to start work by mid-August, said Drust. If that occurs, a mid-September opening would be possible. Send your restaurant news to agalarneau@buffnews.com …
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