Slim & Husky’s Opens Its First Meals Truck in Texas
Nashville-based Slim & Husky’s Pizza Beeria is ready to place a meals truck within the Travis Heights neighborhood of Austin, Texas, in late April, as Austin Eater studies.
Slim & Husky’s is a socially aware Black-owned pizza chain recognized for its high-energy hip-hop vibe and a wide range of oblong-shaped pizzas. The model operates each brick-and-mortar and food-truck areas n Nashville, Antioch, Chattanooga, Memphis and Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in addition to in Atlanta and Sacramento.
Cofounder Clint Grey advised Eater Austin that the Austin meals truck, which would be the model’s first location in Texas, will check a kiosk system for ordering pies. The article famous that Slim & Husky’s selected Austin due to its rising significance as a expertise enterprise hub.
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Pizzas on the Slim & Husky’s menu embrace the P.R.E.A.M., a white-sauce pie that includes a home cheese mix, spinach, pepperoni, pulled Italian sausage, mushrooms and pink onions; the meat-heavy, red-sauce Cee No Inexperienced, topped with a cheese mix, floor beef, pepperoni, Canadian bacon and Italian sausage; and the vegan-friendly Nothin’ However a “V” Thang, made with a pink sauce, vegan cheese, spinach, plant-based pepperoni and sausage, mushrooms and pink onions.
Slim & Husky’s additionally encompasses a rotating collection of beers from native breweries and a wide range of wines.
Based by greatest mates Grey, Derrick Moore and Emanuel Reed, all graduates of Tennessee State College, Slim & Husky’s was the primary Black-owned enterprise on Nashville’s famed Broadway Road. In 2018, the trio created the PREAM Scholarship for Slim & Husky’s certified workers who wish to pursue a school training. In addition they developed a program to encourage Antioch, Tennessee elementary college kids to learn.
In response to the Nashville Enterprise Journal, Slim & Husky’s is eyeing “all the foremost cities within the South” for progress.
“We inform folks we’re not only a pizza firm,” Grey advised WATE in Nashville. “It’s pizza, artwork and music.”
He added, “Rising up, we by no means noticed a minority enterprise, an African-American enterprise, scale to what we’re doing at present, and so it’s crucial for us to have the ability to present these coming after us the chances of what may be.”