What’s Happening: Saturday May 2nd

The weather looks to be great today, so there is no reason to stay home.  Here’s some events were food trucks will be…

Last year, Gizmo released their Honey Wheat during their first anniversary.

Happy Brewiversary!

Gizmo Brew Works celebrates 2 years with live music, food trucks and a release of a special anniversary beer Queen Bee Imperial Honey Wheat.  The food truck line-up: BO’s kitchenKing’s Authentic Philly CheesesteaksArepa Culture NC, and Cockadoodlemoo Truck. Performing during the day will be:  THREE CLICK GOThe Robertson Boys, and, BUILT for COMFORT.

Gizmo is not far from 540 and Glenwood at 5907 Triangle Drive.

Meet in The Street

Come down to the Town of Wake Forest and meet your neighbors.  This town event is the 35th annual and includes family activities as well as food trucks.

Food Trucks: Baton Rouge Cuisine, Big Al’s BBQ, Charlie’s Kabob Grill, Chirba Chirba, Cousins Maine Lobster, D&J’s Concessions, Fire Chef, Fired Up BBQ, Jam Ice Cream, Kona Ice of Raleigh, Lumpy’s Ice Cream, Not Just Icing, Sweet Traditions, and We Bea Grillin’.

The event is in the heart of Wake Forest and details can be found here.

Early during Out! Raleigh for last year.


Out! Raleigh

Downtown Raleigh Fayetteville Street celebrates its 5th annual Out! Raleigh festival.  With a theme, “a Better Tomorrow, Today!” this event focuses on that All Families Matter.  Vendors, live music, and a kids zone are all part of this free event.  While out there you can’t check out these food trucks.

Food Trucks: AmigoSan, Caffe Bellezza, Cherokee Cuisine, Dusty Donuts, Sweetwater Ices, and Thai Box Zing.

The event goes on from 11am to 6pm.

Apex Peak Fest

This event takes place in the heart of the Town of Apex.  This one is also the 35th Annual and a few food truck owners will be here.

Food Trucks: Big Mike’s BBQ, D&J’s Concessions,Kona Ice of Raleigh, Little Dippers, and Red Eye BBQ.

Flora & Food Trucks Poster 2015Flora and Food Trucks

Baguettaboutit will be at Fairview Greenhouses and Garden Center for their Spring “Flora & Food Trucks” series.  Be sure to stop by feed your stomach with a sausage-stuffed baguette and appease your green thumb.

Fairview is located at 8224 Holly Springs Road.

In addition to these spots, there is the Saturday Market at Rebus Works (301 Kinsey Street, Raleigh) and Durham Farmers Market / Vega Metals Art Market (501 Foster Street, Durham).


Two events outside of the Triangle seem interesting: Charlotte Food Fight (12 food trucks battling it out to raise money for Relay For Life) and Carolina Brew Fest.

Whatever you do… Keep wandering!


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