A Great Falls man is giving people a unique way to indulge their carnivorous craving, as Dave Snuggs on Tuesday unveiled what he calls the country's first-ever drive-thru food truck.
It's called Carnivorium and serves up a variety of hot dogs and hamburgers.
He says he came up with the idea after seeing long lines at drive-thru restaurants as the COVID epidemic continued.
The trailer will be parked at different businesses around the city and a portion of the proceeds will go to a non-profit of each business's choosing.
"I think having it here, having the opportunity for people to enjoy the food, provide support to the community, as well as the fact that it's just a lot of fun, I think it's going to go a long ways," said Snuggs. "This is my home, this is my community. I thought, 'If we're going to bring this anywhere, let's bring it here.'"
Carnivorium will be at the following locations from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. beginning on Wednesday, September 9th.
- Tuesdays: Mountain View Co-Op in Black Eagle
- Wednesdays: NAPA Auto Parts at 601 6th Street SW
- Thursdays: Great Falls Subaru at 800 Central Avenue
- Fridays: former Holiday Motors site next to Super 1 Foods
- Saturdays: Holiday Village Mall
- Sundays: Valvoline Instant Oil Change at 1500 3rd Street NW