When Larry Jackson sought to bring foodservice into his Good to Go convenience store, happenstance led to the Bullhead Pit Beef food truck. At first, the food truck remained parked at the store, but the concept took off, and Jackson began operating the truck at community events, festivals and local breweries.
Pit beef sandwiches are the main attraction on Jackson’s food truck menu, a Baltimore favorite of thinly sliced roast beef cooked over charcoal. The menu also includes chicken, pork, tacos and sides such as mac and cheese.
Working on a food truck takes teamwork to the next level: Having the right attitude, people and culture matters—especially in a small space—to solve problems quickly, adjust and serve customers. A food truck is also the ultimate eating on the go and immediate consumption method of food delivery.