Just got the 411 on the Cooking Channel show Eat Street shooting on O‘ahu this week. Nathan Kam, McNeil Wilson Communications vice president for travel & tourism, said that on behalf of the Hawai‘i Visitor and Convention Bureau, he and his team got the food series over here.
The show’s production crew will check out the food trucks Camille’s on Wheels, Flipt Out Eats, Opal Thai Food and Pacific Soul. If you’re a fan of any or all of these mobile feederies, go have lunch there and then maybe see yourself on TV four months from now. (I say maybe—I was in the dining room for the “after” scene of the Kitchen Nightmares episode on Mojito and didn’t make it onto the small screen.) Here is the schedule:
• Today (Monday, June 20, 2011), noon-2pm: Camille’s on Wheels, Kihapai Street between Hoolai and Oneawa, Kailua (in front of Hardware Hawaii)
• Tuesday, June 21, noon-2pm: Flipt Out Eats, Cooke Street, makai of Ala Moana Blvd, near UH medical school
• Wednesday, June 22, noon-2pm: Opal Thai Food, across from McDonalds, Hale‘iwa, North Shore
• Thursday, June 23, noon-2pm: Soul Patrol on Alakea Street at Beretania Street