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Photos courtesy of Allen Booker and the Niagara Falls Office of Planning and Economic Development.
Photos courtesy of Allen Booker and the Niagara Falls Office of Planning and Economic Development.

'Food Truck Thursdays' resume at Niagara Falls Train Station

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Tue, Jul 21st 2020 03:20 pm

“Food Truck Thursdays,” the weekly lunch series now in its third season, will resume for the summer, at the Niagara Falls Train Station (825 Depot Ave. West, off Main Street), beginning July 23. The series runs from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. each Thursday through Sept. 10. It features a different local food truck each week.

The food truck schedule (subject to change) is a follows:

  • July 23: Steaksters
  • July 30: Dirty Bird Chicken ‘N Waffles and LuGia’s on Wheels
  • Aug. 6: Steaksters
  • Aug. 13: Fat Bob’s Smokehouse
  • Aug. 20: PizzaAmore “The Wood Fire Way”
  • Aug. 27” J&L’s Boulevard BBQ Truck and LuGia’s on Wheels
  • Sept. 3: TBA
  • Sept. 10: J&L’s Boulevard BBQ Truck

The series is presented rain or shine, with socially distant seating provided both inside and outside the Niagara Falls Train Station. Parking is free.

“The City of Niagara Falls is happy to welcome back these fabulous food truck vendors for another fun summer in Niagara Falls,” Mayor Robert Restaino said. “Come and enjoy some great food in our great city!”

Guests are encouraged to visit the Underground Railroad Heritage Center, which reopened over the weekend, and experience the colorful new murals along neighboring Main Street while they are eating.

Some of the weeks will feature local live music (to be announced). Guests are asked to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines, which will be posted at the event. Masks are required while ordering and receiving food. Guests are also asked to bring their own hand sanitizer and follow the 6-foot social distancing guidelines.

“Food Truck Thursdays” is presented by the Niagara Falls Office of Planning and Economic Development and sponsored by Blue Cardinal Capital and Rainbow Air Inc. Scenic Tours. For more information, contact Allen Booker, coordinator of business development and tourism for the City of Niagara Falls, at [email protected].

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