The band Limp Bizkit is not coming to the Wayne Avenue Sunoco, but biscuits it shall have.
Starting this week,Son of a Biscuit will be set up in the parking lot of the gas station located at 912 Wayne Ave. from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. Wednesday through Friday, according to a press release.
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“Just off of 35, we’re excited to start offering folks a tasty breakfast that fits into their day,” Brad Manning, Son of a Biscuit’s owner, said. “We make our menu fresh, but can get these dishes out quickly for your way to work or back home after a late night shift.”
The South Park neighborhood-based truck has also launched its catering program for groups of varying sizes.
In a retro-looking blue and yellow truck, the Son of a Biscuit truck is one of Dayton’s most well-known breakfast food trucks.
In 2016, Facebook hoaxers caused a stir when they claimed the band Limp Bizkit would play an April 20 (“4/20”) concert at the gas station. The prank prompted a response from the Dayton Police Department.