Lucky Old Souls Burger Truck Calls it Quits


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.

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Help Lucky Old Souls Get a New Engine

 Lucky Old Souls Burger Truck

On Sunday, August 25th Lucky Old Souls Burger Truck owner Matthew Feldman wound up in a pickle. His truck had broken down and he couldn’t make it to his normal spot at the Headhouse Square Farmers’ Market. He did find his way to Queen Village’s Kennett though, where he was lamenting his situation over a Bloody Mary. And from there, an idea was born. Feldman, and Kennett chef Brian Ricci hatched the plan to have a Patty Melt Pop-Up tonight at Kennett. So head to Kennett this evening for Lucky Old Souls Patty Melts paired with Kennett fries. The bar will also be offering a $4 beer pairing with each purchase. All the proceeds will go to a new engine fund for the LOS Burger truck. The pop-up runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. so get there and order a patty melt or two.

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Lucky Old Souls at Love Park Today

The Lucky Old Souls Truck will make its Love Park debut today. The truck specializes in burgers and features grass-fed black angus beef from Rineer Family Farm in Lancaster County. The truck will also offer a house-made veggie burger as well as house cured bacon and scratch-made ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise and Lucky Old Souls sauce. The truck also sells milkshakes featuring Bassetts ice cream.

The truck is the work of Matthew Feldman who is still working on opening a jazz club in Newbold. The truck will be at Love Park every Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more on the truck, check out the artist’s post at Girls Can Tell.

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