The documentary recounts that story, as well as traces the history of Haven Brothers truck and its owners over the years. The story is told by dozens of fans, in what quickly becomes an endearing, humorous cavalcade of Rhode Island's famous and infamous personalities. Only in Rhode Island!
The story of Haven Brothers is a rich commentary on the American Dream, the American diet, and what it is to be a success.
"The Original Food Truck," Haven Brothers: Legacy of the American Diner premieres on Rhode Island PBS on Thursday, March 5 at 9:30 p.m. David Piccerelli, Rhode Island PBS president, and Margie O'Brien, television producer, present the documentary in segments taped in a full-size replica of a diner exhibited inside the Culinary Arts Museum on the Johnson and Wales University Bayside Campus. Meet filmmaker Jeff Toste as he describes his experiences making the film. Museum Curator and diner expert Richard Gutman also provides entertaining and informative information about the original "fast food joints."
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Photos from the remote shoot at the Culinary Arts Museum - great place to visit!