Miso Hungry is one of the most unique dining experiences in the ski industry. The Japanese food truck chain has five locations in Vermont: Bolton Valley, Jay Peak (one spot each at their two base areas), Stowe, and Sugarbush. Most of their food trucks serve miso soup and Onigiri, while one of their trucks has a menu consisting of ramen.

Vermont Public Radio recently interviewed Jordan and Momoko Antonucci, who runs the Ramen food truck at the Tramside base area of Jay Peak. Their building is one of the old trams at Jay Peak, providing skiers and riders a place to warm up between laps. In the two videos that are down below, they discuss what it was like operating during the pandemic, and what makes their food truck so unique.

Image/Video Credits: Miso Hungry, Vermont Public Radio

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