Saturday, November 28, 2015

Food trucks join Dining Out for Life

They'll feed the masses on East Passyunk on April 25.

Food trucks join Dining Out for Life

Vernalicious food truck
Vernalicious food truck

For more than two decades now, restaurants have been giving a cut of a night's proceeds to Dining Out for Life - the benefit for ActionAIDS.

On April 25 this year, not only will 150 restaurants around the region participate.

So will 10 food trucks, which will set up at the municipal parking lot on East Passyunk Avenue between Tasker and Morris Streets from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

I guess the idea is to grab lunch from a participating vendor and then to go to dinner at a participating restaurant.

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Verna Swerdlow of Vernalicious helped round up the following:


The Cow and the Curd

Spot Burgers


Gigi's & Big R

The Farm Truck

Cupcake Carnivale

Mac Mart

The Sunflower Truck

Dining Out for Life info is here.
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