Rutgers May Kick Out Grease Trucks

November 16, 2011

Rutgers University says it wants to be fair to those who want to supply food to its students and employees. But a plan at the New Brunswick campus to do so may result in kicking out "grease trucks" that have for years been situated in parking lots serving sandwiches with names such as "Fat Darrell" and "Fat Cat," The Star-Ledger reported. Many students are outraged. Anthony Sandelli told the newspaper that his favorite sandwich is the "Fat Beach" (cheesesteak, chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks and french fries). He said it would be a "disgrace" to force the trucks to move. "This is their spot and nobody should be able to take that away from them," said Sandelli.


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