Franny's Food Truck Open for Business

food truck
Franny's serves wraps and sandwiches, dumplings, rice bowls, crepes, salads, iced coffee, tea, and a few desserts. photo / Andrew Fu (B.Arch. '15)
food truck at night
Known as the "Glow Truck," the cart’s translucent outer shell is lit from the inside at night by an array of dimmable LEDs. photo / Andrew Fu (B.Arch. '15)
food truck at night
Franny's is located in the plaza behind Milstein and Sibley halls, and is open Monday – Friday. photo / Andrew Fu (B.Arch. '15)
Franny's serves wraps and sandwiches, dumplings, rice bowls, crepes, salads, iced coffee, tea, and a few desserts. photo / Andrew Fu (B.Arch. '15) Known as the "Glow Truck," the cart’s translucent outer shell is lit from the inside at night by an array of dimmable LEDs. photo / Andrew Fu (B.Arch. '15) Franny's is located in the plaza behind Milstein and Sibley halls, and is open Monday – Friday. photo / Andrew Fu (B.Arch. '15)
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September 25, 2014

Designed and operated by students, a new food cart opened on the plaza behind Sibley Hall in late August. Franny's, named for donor Frances Shloss '44 (B.Arch. '45), sits at the crossroads for all three AAP departments, making it the ideal venue for impromptu conversations and spontaneous meetings between faculty, students, and colleagues.

The menu offers a mix of Korean, Vietnamese, Indian, Latin American, and Mexican flavors. Franny's serves wraps and sandwiches, dumplings, rice bowls, crepes, salads, iced coffee, tea, and a few desserts, and is open weekdays.