Three food trucks, live music, and RB Saltwater Park Wednesday

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Food Truck Shoreline
Wednesday, Aug. 30, 5:00 to 8:00pm
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park
2021 NW 190th St, Shoreline 98177

Sponsored by Richmond Beach Community Association
and City of Shoreline's Office of Economic Development

The second of three Wednesdays of food trucks in Richmond Beach happens August 30. These family friendly beach parties are wildly popular, and you can expect more adventures in eating and fun music this week!

Choose scrumptious fare from two dinner trucks and a dessert truck in the lower parking lot, then move to the upper shelter to enjoy your food while listening to live music. Come early to avoid lines and walk if possible (parking is limited).

Don Lucho food truck

Don Lucho's is the first Peruvian food truck in Seattle serving traditional dishes adapted into sandwiches. Currently Peru holds the title of "culinary destination of the world" five years in a row, and Don Lucho's will show you why this is the case! 

Nosh food truck

Nosh is a fast-paced, cook-to-order truck with Anglo American influences. Nosh prides itself in its whole fillet fish and chips, which has been named "Best Fish and Chips in Seattle" by Seattle Times, 2016. 

Street Treats ice cream sandwiches

Street Treats specializes in made-from-scratch ice cream and offers "build-your-own ice cream cookie sandwiches," cookie bars and more!

Music by The Careless Lovers

Music by The Careless Lovers. Grab your dancing shoes and your jitterbug partner and come get wild with The Careless Lovers. Famous for their hit "Black Coffee," this jazz combo plays the hot swing of the'20s and '30s that is irresistibly sweet and sassy!

Richmond Beach gear will be available for purchase. See the new line of orca-inspired gear from t-shirts, mugs, aprons, coasters, totes, note cards and more, RBCA will have a whale of a selection for you to choose from. Cash, debit and/or credit cards welcome.


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