The wildly popular Food Truck Shoreline event will be back in Richmond Beach on Wednesdays, August 21 and 28. You can expect FOUR incredible trucks each night, plus live music from some of the area’s top bands. The trucks will be open for business from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. and will be located in the lower parking lot of the Saltwater Park, 2021 NW 190th Street. Grab your food to go or enjoy a picnic dinner and live music at the upper shelter above the parking lot for a family-friendly beach party!
If you are looking for gastropub eats and upscale carnival treats, head over to Bread and Circuses and try their Mac and Beer Cheese or their Fries with Beer Cheese! One of the top sellers is their Circus Burger that contains provel cheese, ground beef, crisp bacon and so much more.
Off the Rez is the first and only Native American food truck in Seattle and features Indian tacos served on handmade frybread, burgers, fries and a number of sides and extras. You get the option of beef, pork, chicken or veggie.
Papa Bois offers authentic Caribbean flavors! Their menu offers a great spread from sandwiches to main dishes with sides and drinks. Each item holds a special flavor that ties it back to their Caribbean roots!
Peasant Food Manifesto serves globally-inspired fusion dishes. Vietnamese, Korean, Israeli, Tunisian and American influences have all gone into this truck’s fare. Choose from comfort food classics with a twist such as Pho French Dip Sandwich; Kimchi Mac & Cheese; Korean Cheese Steak and Pho, BBQ Chicken or Pork Tacos.
Clave Gringa presents a broad spectrum of Cuban music, from the charm of the cha-cha-cha to the depth of AfroCuban rhythms. They play original engaging compositions by bandleader Ann Reynolds, as well as Cuban classics. The band includes Cubans and musicians well-schooled in the style to provide an authentic Cuban sound.
Get the poster! (11x14 pdf)