Update: If you live in Canton, both trucks will be at Bridgemill Clubhouse area Sat Oct 29 2016 from 5-9 open to the public.
Cherokee Couple Tony and Kelly Harrison and their children watched the show and fell in love with the concept, and now Tony is the owner of the Atlanta market. Okay, maybe it wasn’t as simple as that, but Tony was a good fit based on his experience and is excited to join the popular food truck craze.
He is one of the first five franchises of Cousins Maine Lobster. Even though they received thousands of inquiries for franchises, the company is only starting with ten, Tony said. When the show first aired, he literally looked to see where the truck was going to be, since he is a self proclaimed life long lobster lover!
Now, they are ready to roll all over OTP and ITP with their lobster rolls. Here is their menu with lobster tots and tails at $13.00 and yes, they have gluten free options!
Scoop OTP has an invite for a friends and family night in Canton. We’re excited to see what it’s all about, especially because of all the hype from winning Best Food Truck in LA 2012 and 2013 (LA Hotlist) and Best Lobster Roll on the West Coast 2013 and 2014 (Tasting Table).
If you were wondering, they do receive shipments directly from Maine weekly. They make their cilantro lime sauce and pico de gallo from scratch daily and they get their tortillas fresh from a local manufacturer, La Chiquita Tortilla.
Lucky for us that Barbara Corcoran invested, because now you can contact Tony for catering. Click here to see their #rollwithus schedule if you want to try it for yourself! Follow their Facebook for the latest Lobster scoop and tell him the Scoop Girls sent you!
If you like lobster, check out Scoop Approved Goin Coastal restaurant in Canton.
Update: If you live in Canton, both trucks will be at Bridgemill Pool area Sat Oct 29 2016 from 5-9 open to the public.