Food Truck Shoreline - Final Wednesday at Saltwater Park

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Graphic from Lantern Press

Food Truck Shoreline - Final Wednesday at Saltwater Park
September 6, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Richmond Beach Saltwater Park
2021 NW 190th Street, Shoreline 98177

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

Whether you are celebrating the first day of school or lamenting the end of summer, come on down to the beach for one last summer food truck event!

The Toucans play languid Caribbean rhythms

Head to the lower parking lot to pick up dinner then move to the upper shelter to enjoy your food and languid Caribbean rhythms by the Northwest's masters of the steel pans, The Toucans.

To remedy the long lines experienced at the first two events, a fourth food truck has been added this week. More choices for your dining pleasure! Parking is limited, so walk, bicycle or carpool if possible.

Now Make Me a Sandwich is a Seattle food truck that specializes in grilled sandwiches that taste awesome. It's pretty simple.

Kiss My Grits!

Kiss My Grits delivers their blend of Low Country and Filipino street food to an equally diverse clientele. All of their soulful dishes are served with Southern hospitality with a side of sass!

Wicked Pies serves up New York style pizza by the slice, along with some brilliant focaccia bread sandwiches and tasty salads using locally sourced, organic ingredients.

Puffle Up
If this looks too healthy - there's a chocolate marshmallow version!

Puffle Up brings to you a modern twist to a classic Hong Kong street snack, bubble waffles! These waffles are crispy and delicious by themselves but you can amp it up by adding toppings such as fruits, sweets or even ice cream.

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 has a whale of a selection for you to choose from. Cash, debit and/or credit cards welcome.

More information here


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