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Food Truck Tuesdays at Larkinville, drawing up to 30 vendors, opens season May 6

Housemade mortadella sandwich with cheese dip from Black Market Food Truck

 

By Andrew Z. Galarneau

Food Truck Tuesdays at Larkinville was such a hit last summer that it's scheduled for six months this year, at the downtown music-drinking-eating hangout hub at 745 Seneca St.

That's 26 sessions, from 5 to 8 p.m., with live music and other diversions besides food trucks.

But oh, the trucks. There's more from Rochester and one from Geneseo, plus Buffalo's core of 20-odd trucks on the road at any time. Including the Black Market Food Truck, whose housemade mortadella is featured in the sandwich pictured above. (That thing comes with cheese dip. Seriously.)

But people watching their weight are welcome too. Leslie Zemsky said this year all trucks will offer a menu item approved by Independent Health Foundation nutritionists, to meet healthy guidelines for sodium, fat and calories. 

Trucks don't guarantee they'll show, because they are trucks, and things happen. But Tuesdays at Larkinville draw a good crowd, and truck operators like to make money, so most of them should be there most of the time. That said, the truck lineup includes:

Amy’s

Betty Crockski

Black Market Food Truck

Cheesed and Confused (Geneseo)

Cheesy Chick

Effortlessly Healthy (Rochester)

Fally Mac

Frank’s

Gelato Gypsy (Gelato Cart)

Great Foodini

Greek on the Street

Hello Arepa (Rochester)

Hot off the Press

House of Munch

Knight Slider

Le Petit Poutine (Rochester)

Macarollin (Rochester)

Marty’s Meats (Rochester)

Pizza Amore

R&R BBQ

Roaming Buffalo

Rolling Joe

Sweet Hearth

Sweet Melody’s (cart)

Thai Me Up

Whole Hog

Chowder Up (Rochester)

Lloyds

J&L BBQ

email: agalarneau@buffnews.com

 

 

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