EAST BRIDGEWATER — For much more than a year and a half, the Bella Nonna food truck has served up selfmade Italian eats to the region’s citizens from a variety of parking tons.
But the truck is soon heading out west, ending its enterprise in Massachusetts.
“It’s with a hefty coronary heart that I generate this but at the exact time it’s heading to be an exciting new adventure for us,” chef and owner Robert Kalish wrote in a Facebook submit Tuesday afternoon.
With he and his spouse Yasmin’s little ones graduating this year, Kalish’s household is setting up to move to Lawton, Oklahoma, the place other family members users already reside.
“We have decided to assistance out our youngest daughter with 2 of our grandkids as she is a solitary mother and a soldier in the U.S. Army, so we will be packing items up and heading out to FT Sill,” Kalish wrote.
Kalish mentioned “Lawton is dying for some serious Italian” and his household has been “testing (the) waters out there and acquiring great comments.”
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Bella Nonna has currently been asked to provide on the base and at a close by Air Pressure base, Kalish stated.
“So, it is really unfortunate we are leaving the friends and wonderful shoppers who have supported us over the last couple of years,” he stated.
The foods truck has been stationed in a variety of parking plenty in East Bridgewater, which includes outside the house Joppa Sector and On Goal Schooling Inc., which are both of those on Bedford Street (Route 18). Bella Nonna has also accomplished numerous special events and weekends in diverse towns throughout the location.
Kalish explained he was likely to look at getting a just one-day permit for a mail-off at a long term date prior to departing for Oklahoma in a few months.
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