It was only a matter of time before Breadhive Bakery and Public Espresso teamed up and went in on a food truck/trailer together. This arrangement came about thanks to a strong relationship between the bakery, the coffee purveyors and Hydraulic Hearth. You see, the Airstream trailer that is pictured above is the old trailer where Hydraulic Hearth got its start.
The original food trailer operation, called Square 1 Sandwiches, was initially operated by Harry Zemsky (Hydraulic Hearth owner) at Larkin Square. After learning the ropes of the food business on a smaller scale, Zemsky closed shop within the trailer and opened up the brick and mortar that exists today.
Eventually, Breadhive Bakery began teaming up with the Hydraulic Hearth for events such as Bagels and Brooze (see here). That relationship led the owners of Public Espresso (cohorts with Breadhive) to inquire about the whereabouts of the old Airstream. It turned out the trailer was sitting in storage, just waiting to be put back in service. The formations of this joint venture is a real no brainer and will add a wonderful new element to Larkinville’s food festivities.
The new business, operated by Public Espresso and Breadhive is called “Bread + Coffee”. Initial offerings include coffee, espresso service, bagels and spreads. Bread + Coffee will operate at Food Truck Tuesdays, Live at Larkin and other Larkinville special events. The trailer will be strategically positioned at Larkin Square, with a motto: “We Never Move”.