Food truck specializes in beignet-style donuts and espresso drinks made with One Line Coffee
The Early Bird Food Truck specializes in beignet-style donuts, like above, and espresso drinks made with One Line Coffee. The Early Bird is an extension of Owner Libby Glover's Four & Twenty Bakeshop. Photo by Nicholas Dekker.
The Early Bird Food Truck has established regular open hours near Campus. The truck is an extension of Four & Twenty Bakeshop, and is parked in front of Indianola Church of Christ, just north of Lane Avenue at 2141 Indianola Ave.
Owner Libby Glover has been selling breads, cupcakes and pastries at Pearl Market and Nationwide Farmers Market for years. She trained in Baking and Pastry at Chicago's Kendall College School of Culinary Arts; she ran the bakery department at Hills Market in Worthington before starting Four & Twenty in January 2013.
The truck features beignet-style donuts and espresso drinks made with One Line Coffee. The donuts include a selection of frostings and fillings; customers can choose from pumpkin, raspberry, Nutella and custard fillings. Frostings range from chocolate ganache and cream cheese to powdered sugar and cinnamon and sugar. Expect the addition of hand pies and seasonal fillings and toppings, too.
The truck is open 7-11 a.m. weekdays, and 4-10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.