Why did you decide to get involved at the Levitt?
I wanted to expand my brand of Breaking Burrito and this was a new park with new people. I loved the idea that the Levitt brings people together. Music, food, beer – it’s a good combination. Even people from out of Sioux Falls just come to see the concerts and have a good time. After you are busy and done serving food, you can enjoy the concert too. It’s nice, it brings people together. You can see everyone dancing and happy. If they have some problems at home or any issues, for that moment, they forget about it. They just enjoy music, food, and each other. I love it.
What did you like as a food truck vendor about the Levitt space?
Electricity, wattage, and your own personal spot. It’s a plus to get there, plug in, and go. It was really organized. No stress. You come, do the event, and can leave. After the music is done, everyone just gets up and goes. We had great audiences at every concert. It was a good number of people.
What should we expect from your truck in 2020 at the Levitt?
I’m going to have another truck – Knuckle Sandwich. I’m building it right now. It’s completely different from Breaking Burrito, which is gluten-free and healthier. This other truck is going to be fried food and sandwiches. But sandwiches on another level. The kind where you will bite it and you will want another bite right away.
Will we see the new truck at the Levitt as well as Breaking Burrito?
Yes! Definitely. Both will be there. I love it.