The Mobile Monday Series at St. James Tavern

8 Feb

A Mobile Food experiment has been conducted at the St. James Tavern since early January. The premise: pair a $1 Mystery Beer Can special with a different Mobile Food vendor each week to break up the MEH of Monday and offer a respite from downtown rush hour gridlock. These events serve as an introduction to St. James Tavern for some (voted best bar in Columbus by Columbus Underground). It also provides a business opportunity and a new circle of customers for food trucks that have difficulty serving our CBD (Central Business District) due to arcane city of Columbus codes and zoning laws. The series began with Pitabilities and was followed by Tatoheads, Late Night Slice, Freedom A La Cart and then an encore performance of Pitabilities.

Times are generally 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm or 7 pm to 10 pm. Saint James and the mobile vendors are still looking for the sweet spot for serving times that maximizes the number of people served and still allows the truck to break even or make a small profit for the night. If you live in Italian Village or want to grow mobile food in the lean times of winter, come out for a Mobile Monday to grow food choices for the core of the city.

Here is the line up for the rest of February.
February 13th – Tatoheads (see what Daniel has up his sleeve for potatoey goodness)

February 20th – Red Hot Food Truck (a trailer, this is their debut appearance for Mobile Monday).

February 27th – Kolache Republic (serving INSIDE the SJT).

For more details and updates – check out the St. James Tavern Facebook page and follow Food Fort Columbus on Twitter – @FoodFortCMH.

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3 Responses to “The Mobile Monday Series at St. James Tavern”

  1. Rashmi Nemade February 8, 2012 at 9:56 pm #

    Hi – I’m looking to rent an old fashioned ice cream truck, like the Good Humor trucks of my youth. This is for a summer time kids birthday party… any ideas where I can find one? Thanks!

    • cmh gourmand February 8, 2012 at 10:27 pm #

      Hello – there are no ice cream rental trucks in town per se. However, if it is a very large party or if you have a very large sum of money – you may want to check with Jeni’s Ice Cream for a truck or Johnson’s Ice Cream for catering. Graeter’s has a great kids room on bethel Road that you can rent.

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