(TMU) — If there’s one thing that almost all cities have in common across the country at lunchtime in 2019, it’s food trucks, food trucks, and more food trucks. The mobile kitchens can be found anywhere from business centers and county fairs to school events and weddings. As of Wednesday, however, Louisville, Kentucky boasts a very unique kind of truck.
By all outward appearances, Jonny’s
Wagon seems like your typical food truck. It isn’t.
Johnny “Johnny G” Goode, the man
behind the grill, used to be homeless and, with Jonny’s Wagon, he feeds staples
like fried fish sandwiches and cold drinks to a long line of hungry
customers—all of which are homeless.
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