Inaugural Food Truck Week Coming To Baltimore

By Ron Matz, WJZ-CBS Baltimore

Baltimore is getting a new kind of restaurant week, this time for eateries on wheels.


The inaugural Baltimore Food Truck Week will be held Nov. 6 through Nov. 10 throughout the metro area.


More than a dozen trucks will participate, serving up eats at lots of locations. You can find a full list of participating trucks and locations here.


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The first Baltimore Food Truck Week is coming

By Sarah Meehan, The Baltimore Sun

The first Baltimore Food Truck Week will roll into Charm City and its surrounding suburbs Monday through Nov. 12.


Just as the area’s regular restaurant week promotions look to boost restaurant business during slower periods, Food Truck Week will aim to drum up business for the trucks as they head into winter — typically a slow season for the mobile vendors that rely on walk-up business.


The inaugural event will incorporate about 50 food trucks and include events in the city and Baltimore, Harford, Howard and Anne Arundel counties. 


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Baltimore Food Truck Week rolls out list of participants

By Amanda Yeager, Baltimore Business Journal

Baltimore's food trucks are hungry for attention.


The inaugural Baltimore Food Truck Week has signed on more than 20 trucks to participate as its kick-off date approaches – and the festival, scheduled to take place from Nov. 6 to Nov. 12, will have closer to 50 participating trucks by the time it begins, organizer Willy Dely estimates.


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Inaugural Baltimore Food Truck Week coming in November

By Sarah Meehan, The Baltimore Sun

A Local food truck and restaurant consultant is working to give food trucks a boost during the colder months through a restaurant week-style promotion.


Willy Dely is launching the inaugural Baltimore Food Truck Week in the city and surrounding counties Nov. 6-12.


“There’s a restaurant week happening twice a year now in every county. Why not a food truck week?” said Dely, owner of Au Jus Solutions, a consulting firm for food and hospitality businesses.


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