On April 19th, Cary launched it’s 2nd series of Food Truck Rally’s in Downtown Cary
From Academy Street to Harrison Avenue, Chatham Street in Cary was closed to just food traffic from 12 to 4:30pm. On the stretch of asphalt, food trucks, Fortnight Brewing and Chatham Hill Winery, and live music were around for attendees (“fans”) to relax and enjoy.
I usually get the Smokey and the Bandit or my recent order, The Briar Bear, at Deli-icous. But, I had not had a quesadilla! So I took this time to order a chicken quesadilla and their gluten-free, vegan orange and quinoa salad. Both were great and fresh tasting.
I also wanted to take an opportunity to go to the new Pharmacy Bottle + Beer shop, just past Academy on Chatham Street. I went with a Highlands Little Hump Spring Ale.
If you feel you missed out, the next one is coming up the evening of July 26th 5:30 to 9:30pm.
2 thoughts on “Recap: Chatham Street Chowdown”
Great pic of the back of my head in the ‘as the clouds rolled in’ pic. Waiting in line for Gussey’s and it was worth it!
Gus is always worth the wait! I like taking more candid shots that framed stuff – hopefully I captured you well. Hope I catch you on my next wander.