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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Food Truck Festival Hits Sam's on Sunday

Posted by on Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 5:23 PM

Expect a traffic jam this Sunday on Erwin Road in Durham as six of the Triangle's food trucks hit the Sam's Quik Shop parking lot for a festival of mobile food delights, dubbed the Bull City Food Truck Fiesta. Brightly colored trucks with food-obsessed owners from Durham, Carrboro and Raleigh will park from 11:30 a.m to 3 p.m, serving up a smattering of international and local fare.

Bring friends to get the best out of all the samples. For breakfast, try a savory crepe stuffed with a fried egg from Parlez-Vous Crepe out of Carrboro and a few homemade, mini-doughnuts from Mom's Delicious Dishes out of Raleigh (she makes a mean meatloaf, too). You then might want to take a walk around the block and burn off some calories, because there will be plenty more feasting to do. Come back and snack on Durham favorites, like Korean tacos from Bulkogi Korean BBQ, OnlyBurger's never-fail juicy burgers, a selection of curries and chaat from Indian Food on Wheels, a Sam's staple, and a sweet Daisycake to go for a midnight snack.

Let us know what you try, and what your favorites were.

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