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Sunday: Bull City Food Vendor Roundup v.2

Posted by on Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 6:35 PM

Mom Thao Beck entices with her delicious dishes, like the Avocado BLT
  • Jeremy M. Lange
  • Mom Thao Beck entices with her delicious dishes, like the Avocado BLT
Have you checked out this week's Indy, which includes our quarterly DISH section, yet? Did our roundup of the Triangle's food truck scene leave you craving Mom's Delicious Dishes meatloaf or a Daisy Cake? Head to Music in the Park this Sunday, June 27 at Durham Central Park for the second Bull City Food Vendor Round-up (or fiesta, rodeo, redux... everyone's so excited it seems no one can agree on the name.)

Because the first roundup on June 6 packed the parking lot at Sam's, this one is set up for more space, and each truck is armed with more delicious food. The trucks slated to attend represent mobile food variety all throughout the Triangle. They include:

OnlyBurger (Durham)
Daisy Cakes (Durham)
Mom's Delicious Dishes (Raleigh)
Parlez-Vous Crepe (Carrboro/Pittsboro)
Liberación Juice Station (Durham/Pittsboro)
Bulkogi Korean BBQ (Durham)
Kona Chameleon (Carrboro)
Indian Food on Wheels, or the Big Red Bus (Durham)
LocoPops (Triangle-wide)

Party starts at 5 p.m., with Deejay Piddipat spinning samba, tropical, bossa nova, salsa and more till 7:30.

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