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Food Truck Farewell: Fresser's Hanging Up the Pastrami
Launched in December of last year, Fresser's is the latest food truck to announce they will be calling it quits as of this weekend. Today they posted on their site:
After much thinking, conversation, and soul searching we have decided that the time has come to close our doors. We enjoyed our time on the Fresser’s truck serving you our delicious pastrami. We’ve met a lot of wonderful people and made new friends along our journey, and we will miss you all. Thank you all for your support!
It's too bad this truck never caught on as well as some of the others; we really enjoyed their tender pot roast and pastrami sandwiches at the Street Food Fest in February. You'll have your last chance to give them a taste on Saturday night from 5-8 at an event at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu.
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