It's National Library Week so this week's Food Trucks For A Cause will donate money to Friends of the Library! The featured trucks this week will be: Bradford BBQ, Crank & Boom, Cuban Pete's Sandwiches, The Gastro Gnomes, and Thai & Mighty Noodle Bowls! Come on out and see us at 400 East Main Street from 11am-7pm.
Join us on March 28th to enjoy great food for a great cause! 10% of all proceeds go to the Barbara Screeney Medical Fund (http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/stay-new-york-strong-barbara-/117081). Come eat lunch and come back again for dinner!
Participating vendors are: Bradford BBQ, Cluckin Burger, Crank & Boom Craft Ice Cream, Furlongs Crazy Bout Cajun, The Gastro Gnomes Food Truck and Mobile Catering, Thai Orchid Cafe, That's How We Roll, and TNT Nachos Explosion
Join us on March 21st to enjoy great food for a great cause! 10% of all proceeds go to the Volunteers of America. Come eat lunch and come back again for dinner!
Participating vendors are:
Bradford BBQ, Cluckin Burger, Crank & Boom, Crazy Bout Cajun, Cuban Pete's Sandwiches, The Gastro Gnomes, Rolling Oven, and Thai Orchid Cafe
Lexington has been ranked #7 of the top 20 cities to open a food truck by Mobile-Cuisine.com based on factors such as licensing costs, freedom to operate under existing food truck laws, acceptance of small business entrepreneurs by local politicians and the strength of the local food truck organization.
The Bluegrass Food Truck Association would like to take an opportunity to recognize the many supporters of the food truck movement. We could never thank or re-pay you enough for your encouragement and willingness to stand up for us, and what we know will be a wonderful addition to the city of Lexington, Kentucky.
A new food truck work group separate from last year's itinerant merchant task force has been created by Vice Mayor Gorton. Executive Director Sean Tibbetts as well as several city council members will begin the process on Thursday, February 7 and as always Ace Weekly was quick to bring it to print.
The Bluegrass Food Truck Association made another plea to Lexington's City Council last night at their bi-weekly meeting after one of their member trucks was denied one of the many permits required to operate at a government agency.