Food trucks: A Baltimore staple
At this point, Baltimore's food truck community is no longer a fad or a growing trend. Whether you've grown tired of the eateries near the office or just need a break from the usual brown-bagged lunch, food trucks have become staples in our lunch options. We even go to food truck "Gatherings" to mingle, drink and sample the city's many varieties of meals on wheels.
As we have done the past two years, the b staff visited every regularly touring food truck in the Baltimore area. Some, we had no desire to visit again. Others surprised us with incredible favor. After some deliberation (and unavoidable food comas), we came up with this year's list of the city's 10 best food trucks. We hope you're hungry. (Karen Jackson / Baltimore Sun /August 9, 2013)
Baltimore's traveling food-truck rally has found a winter home -- inside the Gameday Warehouse, a 2,500-square-foot facility near M&T Bank Stadium that is normally only open on Ravens home games.
The first Gathering Underground on Dec. 13 is being billed as a preview party for a planned schedule of monthly winter rallies. The family-friendly event will include a coffee bar, a cupcake bar and beer and wine for sale, as well as live music, a disc jockey and vendors from Bmore Flea, Baltimore's new Saturday flea market at Penn Station.
Gameday Warehouse is at 1400 Warner St. B, across from the LOT J at M&T Bank Stadium
Admission to the preview party is $10.
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