By Joe Moskowitz
Roxbury’s Rich Ellsworth decided it was time to switch from soffits to sushi. A career carpenter, Ellsworth has a new line of work, and it was right up his alley. Literally.
It’s “ate-o-ate.” That’s pronounced “8-oh-8. It is a gourmet restaurant on wheels, or to put the delicacy wagon less delicately, a food truck. The first day of business, Ellsworth had it parked in his own driveway in Roxbury, but he plans to take the truck wherever business beckons.