Engine issues sideline Cheesy Chick on first Food Truck Tuesday

Courtesy: The Cheesy Chick.

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — After dishing up cheesy sandwiches throughout lunch, the Cheesy Chick crew set off to Larkin Square for the first Food Truck Tuesday of the year, only to break down in the process.

The beloved Buffalo food truck got stuck on the 290 on their way to Larkin Square when a part in the truck’s engine overheated, sidelining the crew for the first appearance of the year.

According to Jon Rowan of the Cheesy Chick, the misfortune is hitting his crew, “honestly really hard.”

The financial impact of the repairs and missing a night of sales will cost thousands for the company, but they say they’ll be back next week.

“One hundred percent, if I have to tow it in with a truck, I will,” Rowan said.

For now, food truck fanatics will have to get their cheesy fix elsewhere. Click here for a directory of food trucks in Buffalo. 

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