PHOTOS | 2014 Foodstruck – York, PA

 

Foodstruck LogoFoodstruck is a free-admission food truck party spotlighting a variety of local and regional mobile food trucks and trailers serving a wide range of specialty foods including tacos, bbq, pizza, burritos, souvlaki, spring rolls, cheesesteaks, vegan and gluten-free dishes, cupcakes, ice cream, and more.

We’re filling a gap in the downtown dining scene, while creating a platform to support independent small business owners.

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Foodstruck - York, PA - April 2014

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