Dewey Ogg, 26, went to culinary school and has worked in a lot of restaurants, including Primo in Rockland. He works part-time as a surveyor but would eventually like to have his own restaurant – when he’s ready.

“I basically moved into this because I move around too much, and I don’t want to commit to a restaurant,” he said.

Fresh Eats is somewhere between a food cart and a food truck – it’s in a trailer.

WHAT HE SELLS: The menu is constantly changing, but the ingredients are always fresh and homemade, Ogg said. When we spoke with him, lamb gyros and homemade veggie burgers were the specials. Sometimes he sells tacos or Reuben or Cuban sandwiches. This week, he expects to make pork belly sliders and lobster sliders.

HOW MUCH: $9 for a lamb gyro; $8 for a veggie burger. Sides are $3, and soups are $4.


HOW TO FIND HIM: Recently he has been parked on Spring Street, but Ogg says he always posts where he’ll be on Facebook.