Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Treats in tow ...

The elusive Treats Truck is now back in the Upper West Side on a regular basis, without giving up stops in the rest of Manhattan and Brooklyn.

$3 Mexican chocolate brownies, 50-cent sugar dots, $2 peanut butter sandwich cookies and $1 classic chocolate chips or $2 rice crispies -- mm mm mm mmm goooood! Plus, there's more, including specials and gift boxes.

And "owner/baker/driver/eater" Kim Ima just might be the nicest lady I've met since moving to New York. She's certainly generous with the free samples!

The truck, "Sugar," runs on cleaner compressed natural gas and 10% goes to charity (this month it's New York Cares' Coat Drive), so you can feel better about satisfying your sweet tooth at the TT rather than coffee chains.

To find Sugar, you can always call 212-691-5226 -- once they're parked they put up a new recording with the location every day.

Today it's at 44th near 6th, noon to 5 p.m.

Tomorrow it's at 38th and 5th, noon to 5 p.m.
Friday the same spot between noon and 2:30pm, then heading down to Bond & Lafayette 4-6 p.m.

Saturday almost home in Brooklyn 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Union St. and 8th in Park Slope and back in the UWS 2-5 p.m.

It really is a treat :-p

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