A convoy of food trucks is set to invade Delray Beach’s historic Northwest Fifth Avenue Saturday when the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum celebrates annual Spady Day with a street festival. The gastro vessels, serving a range of foods, are new to the party this year.
Some of the trucks booked for the fest: Wholly Shrimp (New Orleans/Southern), Out Of Many Café (Jamaican), Tango Grill (Argentinian), Nacho Mama’s Grill (Mexican), Soto Comida Criolla (Puerto Rican), Roadside Grillers (Southern/Caribbean Comfort Food), El Rey De La Paella (Paella/Spain) and Los Chamos (Venezuelan).
They’ll share the festival with storytellers, a junkanoo parade, DJs will be spinning R&B, hip-hop and soul, and a children’s play area.
Also new this year: a dance party “for the grown folks” in a VIP area behind the Spady. The party costs $5 per person.
The Spady Day festival, which is free and open to the public, takes place along Northwest Fifth Avenue and goes from 4 to 10 p.m.