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CHARLOTTE (WBTV) – If you're planning to have lunch in uptown Monday, your options for fresh, locally-grown fare will be limited.
The folks at Harvest Moon Grille say their food truck was stolen late Friday night – a move that could leave a loyal clientele with grumbling tummies.
Owners noticed their mobile kitchen was missing when they went to the storage facility off Remount Road. They say they're baffled as to why – and especially how – thieves would make off with the big orange box: it's 10 feet tall and weighs over 3500 lbs. It was even locked down to the storage facility's loading dock.
That's only part of what worries Manager Roger Raymer, though. He says the cart affects more than just the bottom line of Harvest Moon Grille.
"It affects the farmers who we buy from," says Raymer. "That's what we're really about, supporting the local farmers."
Raymer says Harvest Moon Grille has led the Charlotte food truck trade since 2009. He says their combination of fresh ingredients and sensible prices make for easy success in this town of mindful munchers. The portable cookery even spawned a restaurant in the Dunhill Hotel.
"This has slowed us down a little bit but it hasn't stopped us," says Food Truck operator Chuck Satterfield. He says owners are purchasing a new truck and will be back in center city slingin' sandwiches by Tuesday.