By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun
Baltimore’s food truck romance goes into overdrive Friday night in a Harbor East parking lot.
The Gathering, Baltimore’s first food truck rally, will converge at 421 Central Ave., the semipermanent home of Damien Bohager’s new Silver Platter food truck. Baltimore’s fleet of nine food trucks will all be together in one place.
Among them: One that sells burgers, one that sells grilled cheese and another that sells waffle cones stuffed with creamy macaroni and cheese and topped with bacon “bling.”
Guests will also have somewhere to sit down to eat. Bohager, who owned a memorable nightclub in the neighborhood before it was called Harbor East, is providing tables and chairs along with a small stage for live music.
“My hope is that this can turn into a monthly thing,” Bohager said. “There’s a demand for it. And it will really help the food trucks financially.”