Duke Student Dining Advisory Committee made plans for its annual food truck rodeo during its meeting Monday evening.
Food trucks scheduled to serve include Big C Waffles, Olio and Aceto and Stuft. The event will take place at the Holly Springs Cultural Center.
New Belgium Brewing's traveling celebration of all things bicycle rolls into Durham Saturday. The event kicks off at Diamond View Park at 11 a.m. with a costumed parade.
Gussy’s Place will serve some of the same foods as the truck – gyros, soups, falafel, stuffed grape leaves, pita and hummus, Greek fries with lemon, oregano and sea salt, and baklava – along with daily specials of authentic Greek dishes like lasagna, meatballs, pizza and quiche.
This is the original food truck rodeo of the Triangle–an event that helped start the food truck craze. The event is free to attend. You simply pay for what you decide to eat from the trucks’ menus–from savory and stick-to-your-ribs to sweet treats.
Downtown Oshawa Board of Management member and food truck festival organizer Darryl Koster is anticipating between 14 and 20 food trucks.
In an effort to model Durham Central Park's food truck rodeos, Duke Student Government will be subsidizing a free food truck rodeo sponsored by Duke University Student Dining Advisory Council. Students will be given seven tokens to spend at the rodeo, which will include both familiar and newer food trucks.
A taste of Belgium may soon be coming to campus.What do you think?
It is time for the first Durham Food Truck Rodeo of 2014. More than 40 trucks, including Chirba Chirba, Pie Pushers, Porchetta and Sarge’s, will be on hand at Durham Central Park from noon to 4 p.m.