Kylde Warren Park is known to host the occasional food truck but for the second year in a row, they are hosting a Food Truck Rally. The park, which is located in the middle of the freeway, will be hosting 25 food trucks on April 13.
Normally the park has food tuck Tuesdays or Fridays and the food can be anything from tacos to frozen yogurt. This is a day-long event which means you have plenty of time to taste all the different foods these trucks have to offer. Aside from all the great food, there will also be contests, giant games and live music.
Some of the parks regular food trucks such as Butcher's son, Abe's Flavor Flav and Coolhaus will be there along with others that might not be on the parks regulars list.
Here are some of the food trucks coming to the event:
Walt Garrison BBQ
Steel City Pops
Food Trucks won't be the only way to get a snack at the event. There will also be food carts stationed around the park, but don't worry there's plenty of space for you if you want to bring a picnic basket and relax. The event is family friendly so your dogs are more than welcome to join in the fun.
Klyed Warren Park opened in 2012 and since then they have hosted an array of events but none as delicious as this one. This is only the second year since its opening that the park hosts the event.
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