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Saturday, October 3, 2015

Main Street Food Truck Festival is today

Posted By on Sat, Oct 3, 2015 at 7:13 AM

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The Downtown Little Rock Partnership's ever growing Food Truck Festival is today on Main Street and the lineup is impressive.

This link takes you to a map of where each truck will be located. Example on just one side of one block (east side between 7th and 8th)

El Buen Gusto
Yve􏰁e’s Sandwiches
Breaking Bread
Taqueria San Juan Jalisco
Southern Fusion
Sweet Tea Kitchen & Coffee Spot
Blackhound BBQ
Garre􏰁tt’s Concession

There are dozens more. Weather is supposed to be good, high of 72, partly clloudy.

Craft vendors will also be on hand along with buskers delivering music. Children's activities are available. Also beer gardens. Director Gabe Holmstrom encouraged me to bring my trombone downtown, but I think I'll spare eaters that treat.

Find the full vendor list here. Hours: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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