As a general rule: the more trucks the better -- unless of course Chris Berman is doing the sound effects, in which it just gives him increased opportunities to sound dumb. Bam! Turning the Cohn Group into a two-truck fleet: Ms. Patty Melt & Wilbur the Weiner Dog.
From the restaurateurs behind Island Prime, The Prado, and more recently, the Chop Suey truck, Melt's a two-and-a-half ton mobile sando & hotdog eatery fully decal'd with black/white checkers and a polka dot-dressed, pearl-necklaced Ms. Patty mascot with great gams and a sandwich for a head, meaning brown-bagging her would actually be highly appropriate. The eponymous melts range from the bacon-heavy Breakfast Patty with hash browns, pesto, and a fried egg, to the signature Ms. Patty Melt with three ounces of beef, caramelized onions, and Swiss on grilled marble rye, to the sharp cheddar/ bacon/ sprouts/ garbonzamole CA Fatty Patty, also a name for when Sajak moves to a retirement facility and totally lets himself go. Dog-wise, they've got the wild boar chili/ white onion/ sharp cheddar Dirty Dog, the applewood bacon/ Thousand Island/ jack/ cheddar Salty Dog, and the hot mustard/ crispy onion/ pineapple salsa Tropical Dog, or what a confused and culturally insensitive Randy Jackson kept calling Sanjaya off air.
And for those looking to keep things patty-less, they're also rocking a separate grilled cheese section with the likes of the blue cheese/ fontina/ pears/ Dijon Blues Melt, and the ham/ Swiss/ grain mustard Down Home Melt, which sounds delicious, but unlike Berman's Melt Down, won't make a great YouTube clip.