Why doesn't he just post a clear and regular schedule on the website?
Well, he would absolutely love to publish a regular schedule, but putting this new business on the the streets of New York takes a little pushing, pulling, giving and taking. So we're not necessarily welcomed everywhere we go. For example, a few weeks ago we tried the corner of Broadway and 17th, at Union Square. We were doing great from 8am in the morning on, but around 1pm Mr. Softee came along and pretty much pulled out the machine guns to get us out. From there we move to the other corner on Park and 17th, right at the W Hotel. We didn't get any complaints from the W or from the Olive bar (we actually went in to ask them), but then the building management decided we were "blocking the view" from the Olive Bar. Bye bye. Thank you very much.
So far, we like our weekend spot on Broadway and 64th (even my friend the hot-dog vendor who stands on the same corner came to get a waffle!). Finding a spot during the week has proven a little more challenging. But we do NOT give up because we know YOU want the real thing. We've been getting so many calls and emails from people looking to find us. To honor those dedicated wafelers, we are going to offer FREE TOPPINGS if you can find the truck and show up to tell us the free topping CODE WORD: "Bierbeek" (this is the Belgian village where the Wafel Master grew up - it literally means "beer-creek"). So if you spot the truck, catch us for a wafel with free toppings if you can tell us the code word!!
PS - the code word will change after 11/11.