2016 will see not one, but two new permanent locations for Tin Hut BBQ in addition to an expanding schedule of regularly scheduled stops for the Food Truck.
With the opening of his new Pearl Harbor kiosk and a brick and mortar restaurant in Kapolei slated to open its doors in May of 2016, Tin Hut BBQ founder Frank Diaz announced this week that he will be closing the Schofield Kiosk as part of the transition.
“It’s been an honor and a privilege to serve the community for the past four years ,” Diaz says, “and I’m forever grateful and blessed to have had the opportunity.”
Tin Hut BBQ will continue to serve Schofield with regular visits by the Tin Hut BBQ Food Truck, which also services other military communities on a rotating basis, including Hickam, Ft. Shafter, Bellows Beach, and Pearl Harbor.
In addition to military bases, the Tin Hut BBQ Food Truck also regularly serves up it’s ever-popular mainland-style barbeque at food truck rallies hosted by Eat The Street, Millwood Ohana Productions, and First Fridays at Milililani , as well as regularly scheduled community events like those hosted by Kapilina Beach Homes and Ocean Pointe Residential Community Association in addition to a number of catered events.
The last day of operation for the Schofield Kiosk is Friday, December 18.