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Big Star's Food Truck Failed Inspection, Will It Go Rogue?

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BIG STAR
Grant Kessler
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The truck in Big Star's parking lot isn't supposed to be a tease. The fact that it's been sitting there, idle, for weeks is the result of high hopes: The truck, which Big Star chef Justin Large has named Consuela, has been waiting for the City Council to change the street food laws to make it legal for trucks to cook food to order. Hoping that the laws would change sooner than they have, One Off Hospitality (the restaurant group behind Big Star, Blackbird, Avec, Publican, etc.) bought Consuela fully outfitted (she came from the West Coast, where cooking on trucks is legal). "We wanted to hit the ground running as soon as the law changed," Large says.

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