A food truck was the perfect answer -- especially for Scala, whose degree in political science wasn't helping him to find full-time work. Since Sauced Up hit the streets, the duo say they've been doing well with a menu serving two American staples: burgers and wings.
The Magical Meatball Tour was a regular at the Truck Stop in the Crossroads, the food-truck gathering at 21st Street and Wyandotte on First Fridays, and did a guest tour at Czar downtown. It was also the only truck in town with a bonafide meatball barker, a gentleman in a bowler hat that made customers feel like they were entering a carnivore's carnival.
Meatballs are such a simple idea, but they resonate with so many people
It’s our chance to get creative.
Sciamanna says everything is homemade on his truck
The food truck fun begins with tonight’s distillery tour at 7pm
Venus Van Horn, the chef and co-owner of the Magical Meatball Tour, cooks by Google.
The 33 year-old Elmwood Park resident was recently named “The Next Food Network Star"
A trio of food trucks have made Abendroth Avenue into a little lunch alley