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Food Truck Tuesdays kicks off May 5th – Check out the line-up

Food-Truck-Tuesdays-Buffalo-2015-1As the food truck movement continues to grow, Food Truck Tuesdays is the weekly event that brings the rolling culinary offerings to a standstill.

“We’re as hungry as the public for the return of Food Truck Tuesdays in Larkin Square, and excited to welcome everyone back for another six months of food truck fun,” said Larkin Square Director of Fun Leslie Zemsky. “As this event has become a weekly festival, we’re especially grateful to First Niagara and Independent Health for enabling us to keep both admission and parking free for our visitors, who come from throughout and beyond Western New York to make Larkinville a dining destination.”

Food Truck Tuesdays gets underway on May 5, 2015, so get ready to surround yourself with some of the best food options around. Check out some of the newest trucks on the road, and a number of visiting trucks that make the trek each week to dish out numerous sumptuous creations.

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Who: Dozens of Buffalo & Rochester food trucks, fun local bands

What: Food Truck Tuesdays in Larkin Square, presented by First Niagara, sponsored by Independent Health

When: 26 straight Tuesdays from May 5th through October 27th, 5-8pm

Where: Larkin Square, 745 Seneca Street, Buffalo

Why: Fun for all ages with Buffalo’s largest gathering of food trucks

As always, hula hoops, pickleball and other fun family games are provided, and live music will once again be underway during the event.

Bands include: Shaky Stage, Acid Funk Trio, Party Squad, and A Band Named Sue, Grupo Variedad and Joey Giambra Big Band, Jony James Band, Verse, and Freightrain. The Informers will perform special “unplugged” acoustic shows.

Stay tuned to Larkin Square on Facebook for band schedules and updates.

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Food Truck Tuesdays in Larkin Square 2015 Line Up

The Whole Hog

*Flaming Fish

Philly FlatTop

The Sweet Hearth

BMFT

Betty Crockski

Macarollin

Le Petit Poutine Rochester

R & R BBQ

Amy’s Truck

Lloyd’s Taco Truck

Frank Gourmet Hotdogs

House of Munch

Thai Me Up

The Cheesy Chick

Hot off the Press

The Great Foodini

J&L BBQ

Abbott’s Custard Rochester

Rolling Joe Cafe

The Roaming Buffalo

Sweet Melody’s

Marty’s Meats   Rochester

Greek on the Street

Sassy Cakes

Mikey Dee’s

The Meatball Co. Rochester

Tuscan Woodfire Pizza

Street Eats, Mineo & Sappio

Crusin Crepes

Smoothies Plus

Kona Ice

Pizza Amore

Matty’s On Site

*Brick & Motor (returning this year after participating in year 1) Rochester

*Big Suzie’s Little Bakery

*Chef’s Catering Rochester

*Center Street Smokehouse Batavia

*Taffy’s

*Just Pizza

*Street Cafe

*716


 

* is a new truck to Food Truck Tuesday

Trucks from out of Buffalo noted in italics

 

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Newell Nussbaumer is 'queenseyes' - Eyes of the Queen City and Founder of Buffalo Rising. Co-founder Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts. Co-founder Powder Keg Festival that built the world's largest ice maze (Guinness Book of World Records). Instigator behind Emerald Beach at the Erie Basin Marina. Co-created Flurrious! winter festival. Co-creator of Rusty Chain Beer. Instigator behind Saturday Artisan Market (SAM) at Canalside. Founder of The Peddler retro and vintage market. Instigator behind Liberty Hound @ Canalside. Throws The Witches Ball at The Hotel @ The Lafayette, and the Madd Tiki Winter Luau. Other projects: Navigetter.

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  • That’s a lot of food trucks.

  • Rodney Copperbottom

    bfranklin I was going to say the exact same thing. 
    However, I doubt they’d all be there at the same time. It’d be just a wee bit crowded for all of ’em to squeeze in there.

  • Rodney Copperbottom bfranklin Read somewhere else up to 32 at a time?  The initial advantage of the food truck was it was cheaper to set up than a brick and mortar store.  What was once a benefit now seems to be creating a lot of competition.

  • We will have a rotation of Food Trucks with up to 32 at any given Tuesday! Great band line up too! Lots of variety of food choices!

  • jonny99

    @bfranklin they could have 50 trucks and the wait lines would still be annoying long. This event is a huge success with big and diverse crowd

  • jonny99 I may still be feeling the effects of Thursday in the Square in the 1990’s.

  • Ivan putski jr

    jonny99 i went once last year….hugely successful and definitely a large lawn chair and blanket crowd. Not that I want that Thursday in The Square meat market, happy hour crowd, but I was hoping for something more interesting. It felt passe already but I see why people go

  • I didn’t even know Buffalo had this many food trucks.