Fork in the Road lineup

food truckThe first Fork in the Road food truck event in Albany's Tricentennial Park is this Friday from 4-8 pm (as mentioned). Here's the lineup of confirmed trucks for Friday, via the Downtown Albany BID:

Emack & Bolio's Ice Cream
The Chuck Wagon
The Hungry Traveler
Sweet Mama Mia
Wandering Dago

And confirmed vendors for the park:

72 Pearls Thrift Store
Kernal Cravings
Irish American Heritage Museum
Denise Poutre (artist)
Mary Elise Rees Event Design
Meghan Ruch (artist)

Earlier on AOA: Albany food truck pilot program for summer 2015 to include up to 25 trucks

Comments

This food trick lineup is very disappointing. Yes, the food is good, I'm not denigrating the quality of their food. But it's all just so uninspired. Nothing but hot dogs, burger and sandwiches.

Are there no food trucks in Albany selling creative and inventive dishes? At the least, are there no trucks doing kicked up ethnic food?

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