Many people who are out and about in Brigg tonight (December 31) to see in the New Year will be tucking into fast food provided by a recently launched outlet within the town centre.
Local man Andy Devai (pictured above) launched his mobile catering business in the beer garden of the Dying Gladiator pub on December 19.
And on the final Saturday before Christmas he was hard pressed to keep up with demand from hungry customers.
Queues formed at peak times to snap up burgers, Bratwurst hot dogs, cheesy chips and The Full Monty - burger, bacon, cheese with salad.
A regular at the Gladiator, Andy launched this new mobile catering business after being made redundant from his previous job.
Brigg Blog met him in the town centre yesterday (Monday, December 30) when he confirmed things are going well, and he's all set for a busy New Year's Eve.
Many people have taken to social media to wish him well with his new venture.
Based at the Gladiator by arrangement with pub general manager Eugene Irwin, Andrew's takeaway service is initially available on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings (plus New Year's Eve).
Among his first customers on December 21 were members and followers of local Britpop band The Dirty Pitchers, who visited the Stables for a traditional Christmas sing-along.
|Andy's catering van getting a visit from Garry Kerman, guitarist with The Dirty Pitchers band.|
|Customers collecting their orders.|