ClusterTruck Opens in Cleveland and Brings Fast, Healthy Food Options

ClusterTruck Opens in Cleveland and Brings Fast, Healthy Food Options

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ClusterTruck has moved to downtown Cleveland — but you don’t have to go to them — their delivery drivers will come to you.

The food service originated in Indianapolis by founder Chris Baggott, a tech company giant who wanted to open a fast-delivery service with healthy options.

Drivers come to any location in the delivery area, which is mostly situated downtown and in the Burke Lakefront area. This means if you are at a downtown park or nearby attraction, you can order and then track your driver’s movements online before meeting them at your designated pick-up point.

R.J. Wall, spokesperson and brand ambassador, says they have a plethora of quality food in this chef-driven concept environment.

“We wanted to capture the spirit of the food truck all under one roof,” he says.

There are plenty of options for everyone’s taste buds, including burgers, tacos, pizza, salads, noodles, breakfast options and countless others.

Plus, there are some kid-friendly eats such as mac-and-cheese, tater tots, fruit bowls and chicken fingers. Also, ClusterTruck provides gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian menus.

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About the author

Angela Gartner is the current editor at Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine. She previously served as editor for Cleveland/Akron/Lake-Geauga Family magazines. As a journalist, her features and columns have appeared in newspapers and other publications including The News-Herald, Sun Newspapers as well as the Chicago Tribune. She grew up in Northeast Ohio and is a mom of two boys. She loves watching her two sons play either at the ice rink or baseball field. Her favorite things are books, spending time finding new places around Northeast Ohio and hanging out with the family dog, a Scottish Terrier named Jagger.

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