Lucky Old Souls Burger Truck Calls it Quits

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Matthew Feldman launched his Lucky Old Souls Burger Truck in late 2011. His burgers and shakes were well received and he was a popular truck wherever he set up. So it was a surprise today to see that he’s shutting down the truck. No word on what’s next for Feldman who at one time hoped to open a jazz club in Newbold.


Below is his note on Facebook.

Mixed emotions as I make this announcement... Lucky Old Souls Burger Truck is closing up shop, effective immediately.

It's been a crazy and very rewarding 2+ years. It's an incredible thing to have a dream and watch it become a reality with the help of so many people, from loved ones to complete strangers.

Thank you to all of our loyal customers! I'm grateful I had the opportunity to cook for you.

-Matt

No word on what Feldman's future plans are.

Lucky Old Souls [Facebook]

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  • Felicia D’Ambrosio

    I am really sad to hear LOS Burger truck will be no more. Their breakfast burger with the jam and bacon is one of my all-time favorite Sunday breakfasts. Thanks for serving the people so well, and best of luck in the next venture.