Rami’s Food Truck Derailed by Fire

Fire damage thwarts the newly launched truck after only 24 hours on the road.

rami's food truck

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In October, we saw the Fugu Truck retire after a frustrating year of mechanical issues, now comes word that the promising Rami’s kosher food truck has been shelved indefinitely after only being on the road for 24 hours. On October 29, owners Ari Kendall and Matthew Pultman set up for lunch service in Back Bay when a mechanical failure resulted in a fire that had to be extinguished by the Boston Fire Department.

Now the two owners are having to restore a large portion of their food truck, something they’re projecting could take months to recover from. They’ve issued the following statement:

“After only one night on the street, Tuesday, October 28th, and a brief lunch appearance on Wednesday, October 29th in the Back Bay, the Rami’s Food Truck had an unfortunate fire. Cause of fire TBD.

We are thankful to the Boston Fire Department for their rapid response and we are most thankful that no one was hurt.

We are in the begining process of rebuilding the food truck and hope to be open within the year. We want to thank everyone for their outpouring support and kind words and gestures.”

Please continue to follow us on social media for updates, etc. Thank you.

Ari Kendall and Matthew Pultman,
Rami’s Food Truck

Stay tuned for updates on when the Rami’s Truck might be back on the streets.