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The Flatiron Truck Takes Fine Dining To The Streets

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After spending time in the well-respected kitchens of Hungry Cat, Joe's, and Water Grill, Timothy Mark Abell decided to bring his take on fine dining to the streets via the Flatiron Truck, which officially launched on March 5. "Restaurant food, street experience" is how Abell likes to describe it. Right now there are only five dishes on the menu, priced between $5-$9: Tuna Collar on Toast; a Pork Burger made from chorizo and ground pork topped with bacon tomato jam and Manchego cheese; The Flatiron or a flatiron steak served with potato hash; a simple Farmer's Market Salad; and Grilled Donut Holes with spiced creme fraiche as dessert. Track 'em: Twitter, The Facebook. [EaterWire]

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