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Kroll's Diner Goes Mobile

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Since 1972 Kroll's has been serving up German-Amercian dishes and favorites, but now they're taking it to the streets.

The new Kroll's food truck made it's public debut this morning on the Valley Today. The truck is an old 1999 UPS delivery truck that was modified in Texas. Complete with refrigeration, ventilation and cooking equipment the truck can make anything on the Kroll's menu.

"We're really excited about this new opportunity for Kroll's Diner," said Keith Glatt, owner of Kroll's Diner. "This will allow us to bring a little bit of Kroll's Diner to areas that we don't currently serve with a physical restaurant."

Glatt says he's still testing out what's best for the truck but plans to take it across the state and region stopping almost anywhere to serve people there favorite Kroll's fair.

To find out where the food truck is find them on FaceBook or follow them on Twitter @KrollsDiner. 

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