Washington, DC: July 13 Curbside Cookoff to Benefit Miriam’s Kitchen

By  Che Ruddell-Tabisola  |  DC-Maryland-Virginia Food Truck Association

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Traveling Food Truck Festival Kicks Off 2013 Season at Capitol Riverfront 

 

WASHINGTON, DC – The 2013 Curbside Cookoff food truck festival series kicks off July 13 at Capitol Riverfront, with donations made at the festival entrance to benefit Miriam’s Kitchen, the Food Truck Association of Metropolitan Washington announced today.

The food truck festival is noon to 7 pm Saturday, July 13, at 200 K Street SE. A suggested donation of $1 will be collected for Miriam’s Kitchen, which works to end chronic homelessness in DC.

“Much like food trucks, our guests here at Miriam’s Kitchen live and die by the streets. Both our guests and those of food trucks expect and deserve the highest-quality meals turned out by our tiny kitchens!” says Emily Hagel, a chef at Miriam’s Kitchen.

Curbside Cookoff at Capitol Riverfront features:

  • Nearly 20 of your favorite food trucks
  • Live broadcast by CBS Radio, the official radio sponsor of Curbside Cookoff
  • Bar
  • Children’s area

“We’re thrilled to kick-off this year’s Curbside Cookoff festivals with Miriam’s Kitchen,” said Doug Povich, chairman of the Food Truck Association of Metropolitan Washington. “Our partnership is part of our ongoing efforts to support great local community organizations making real differences in people’s lives.”

Curbside Cookoff is Washington, DC’s original food truck festival and travels to locations across the Capitol Region.

This year Curbside Cookoff festivals are:

  • July 13 – Capitol Riverfront, 200 K Street SE (Navy Yard Metro)
  • July 27 – St. Elizabeth’s East, 1100 Alabama Avenue SE (Congress Heights Metro)
  • Aug. 24 – Congressional Cemetery, 1801 E Street SE (Potomac Avenue Metro)
  • Sep. 28 – Wheaton, MD, Reedie Drive and Triangle Lane (Wheaton Metro)
  • Oct. 26 – St. Elizabeth’s East, 1100 Alabama Avenue SE (Congress Heights Metro)

About Miriam’s Kitchen

                                                                                                                                                                                                  
Miriam’s Kitchen works to end chronic homelessness in Washington, DC.  We advocate for permanent supportive housing as a long-term solution, while meeting short-term needs by providing healthy meals and high-quality social services to 5,000 homeless individuals each year. For more information, please visit www.miriamskitchen.org.

About the DC-Maryland-Virginia Food Truck Association

                                                                                                               

The DC Maryland Virginia Food Truck Association (DMVFTA) is a group of more than 60 local food truck owner-operators. We seek to sustain the wellbeing of our industry, foster a sense of community and work in partnership to improve food truck regulations. We are engaged community members who deeply care about our city and believe in working together to make a positive impact. The Food Truck Association’s signature event is the Curbside Cookoff traveling food truck festival. To see the latest dates and location visit www.DMVCurbsideCookoff.com.