Tired of eating the same old food all the time? Baltimore’s Food Truck Week will feature foods prepared by expert chefs and the region’s best food vendors.

When Baltimore Food Truck Week goes down November 6-12, Baltimoreans will have the chance to enjoy food dishes of all types created by renowned chefs from the entire Metropolitan area. The many participating food trucks will serve everything, from American classics to International favorites, while offering patrons special deals on the finest foods money can buy. Although this year’s event is the very first Baltimore Food Truck Week, thousands are expected to attend throughout the course of the week. Discover new foods and food vendors. Each food truck only prepares gourmet and specialty foods, so if you decide to take part in the week’s festivities, you won’t come across hot dogs and hamburgers! So far, the participating food trucks confirmed are: Flat Chance El Gringo Baltimore Two Bold Chefs and a Truck Goganics Mardi Gras Tyme Quinn’s Ice Smokin’ Joe’s BBQ Pasta La Vista, Baby! Upside Down Dave Mangi Amore Wanna Pizza This? Greek on the Street Taco Bar Gypsy Queen Beef on the Street Green Bowl Pablo’s Toc O’s The Jolly Pig Wolo Food That Rocks! Wild Thyme Woody’s Roadside Catina T&J Waffles Kooper’s Chowhound Deddle’s Mini Donuts Crossroads Bistro
On November 8, enjoy a food truck night at the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Department, where 10 food trucks will be on site serving up the best food they have to offer. Then, on November 9, Gramercy Mansion in Stevenson will be hosting a Food Truck-inspired Wine Supper, which will pair fine wines with gourmet prepared food truck favorites. Guests will be able to enjoy everything from Indian Gyros and Italian Hand Pies to French Crepes and Popcorn Scallops. The main event will be in Patterson Park on November 10 and will feature various food trucks, vendors as well as music and cocktails from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. If wine dinners are not your thing, check out the Baltimore Whisky Company’s Birthday Bash on November 12 as Jack Denning of the All Mighty Senators will be DJing, while cocktails and beers are served alongside food truck favorites. [gallery ids="5367,5368,5369,5370"] Will we we see you at the Food Truck Week? Which food truck vendor are you looking forward to seeing? Let us know in the comments below.
Featured image courtesy of Baltimore Food Truck Week (Facebook).

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