When it opened at the end of December, one of the most "Brooklyn" things about comfort food-oriented Brooklyn Athletic Club was the promise of a food truck that would serve picnic type food to patrons enjoying activities such as bocce and croquet in the BACyard, aka the restaurant's expansive front and rear patios. Because people in Brooklyn love food trucks, or because the kitchen's kinda small and a truck is a good way to expand the menu. While the process has probably taken longer than either owner Shepard Ross or chef Jeff Axline intended, the truck formerly known as Zilla Streets Eats will, according to a post on the restaurant's Facebook page, begin serving this weekend.
As for the food, Axline tells Eater that some of the menu items will include fried pork rillettes, a Texas wagyu chili dog, a slider version of the restaurant's signature burger and braised short rib tacos. With this weekend's weather looking pretty good, it's a perfect time to try it.
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