The new spot doesn't mean you won't see the truck around town, but the owners do have new goals now that they have a permanent location for carryout.
Not only do they hope to expand their lobster biz throughout the state, but they also want to control the fresh produce they use by opening a community garden on the west side of Detroit, which will support the community and The Lobster Truck and Pitstop's menu.
“In a lot of areas in Detroit, there are no fresh products unless you go to Whole Foods,” Nick said. “There’s not a lot of local fresh products and if I can grow it every time that would be amazing.”
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