Taste of Three Cities food truck festival to return to Baltimore this summer

This annual food truck festival is coming back to Patterson Park in June.

The food truck festival that's become a summer fixture in Charm City will return in June for a fifth celebration of mobile foods.

The Taste of Three Cities, in which food trucks from Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia compete for various awards, will be back at Patterson Park on June 4 from noon to 9 p.m. VIP access starts at 11 a.m.

Tickets are available through Eventbrite, and they currently range from $11.49 for general admission to $53.49 for VIP, all-you-can-drink tickets. Prices increase March 1. 

The Taste of Three Cities launched as the Taste of Two Cities in 2012 with trucks from Baltimore and D.C. The competition added trucks from Philadelphia in 2014.  

Last year, the Cow and the Curd, a Philadelphia truck that serves fried cheese curds, took the Mayor's Cup in the contest. Baltimore's Gypsy Queen Cafe took the People's Choice award.

Dates and locations have not yet been set for this year's sister events in D.C. and Philadelphia. 

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