Food trucking at Long Beach Boardwalk groundbreaking

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Sugo's Beach Buns & Bites truck will be

Sugo's Beach Buns & Bites truck will be parked at the end of Riverside Avenue, near the beach in Long Beach. Photo Credit: Handout

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When ground is broken for the new Long Beach boardwalk, this Saturday, April 27,  Alan Adams, owner of Sugo Cafe in Long Beach, will be there at 11:30 a.m. with his new food truck, Beach Buns & Bites.

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Among the items Adams will be selling is a “GSR” (Grandma’s secret recipe) burger ($6), an “Istanbun,” which is a chipotle hummus-stuffed pickle that’s wrapped in falafel, deep fried and served on a bun with sauerkraut and tahini ($6), a “no buns intended,” or pulled pork lettuce wrap ($6), and duck fat fries ($5).

The truck, which Adams said will be parked near the intersection of Riverside Avenue and Broadway, by the beach, will be part of a summerlong grouping of local restaurant trucks Adams is organizing in an effort he's calling the  “Shoregasboard.” More about that once the project gets going, which should be Memorial Day weekend.

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