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The eatery employs four and will initially be open noon until 9 weekdays and until 10 p.m. on Saturday.
It will serve about two or three varieties of Hunger Paynes’ signature croquettes daily and have a dozen Dayton area beers on tap daily as a tribute to local breweries.
“(It is to) get people to know about all the great beer in Dayton,” Payne said.
There will be a selection of domestic beers and about a dozen wines available, half produced locally.
The menu will include an assortment of gourmet pretzels bites, wraps and salads and other health food options.
Payne launched his food truck in 2013. Before that, he worked in several bricks-and-mortar restaurants and country club kitchens prior to launching his mobile unit.
Payne also owns the American Croquette Company.
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