More than just buzz, the Boombox is making noise. Chicagoans have seen them popping up in various parts of the city. The Boombox is a prefabricated, climate controlled, pop-up storefront constructed from an upcycled shipping container available to rent for short term, retail, cultural, community, and marketing experiences.
It’s a novel idea for businesses not yet ready for a retail location but need to engage more new customers.
Coming to Chatham to kick off the BoomBox is Twisted Eggroll, a catering service that infused nontraditional food inside an egg roll. Nikkita Randle has created a menu that includes chicken fajita, cheese steak, and pizza egg rolls just to name a few. She’ll be at the Chatham BoomBox this weekend.
“I am super excited about coming to the Chatham area. Usually I have most of my business corporately downtown so I am ecstatic about blessing the south side with these infused egg rolls!” she told Black Chicago Eats.
Randal will be on the corner of 79th and Rhodes November 4-15 with an assortment of savory and sweet egg rolls.