Food Truck Rally in Stamford to Benefit The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County

18 Nov

Cancel your ho-hum, humdrum lunch plans for Wednesday, 11/20…there’s a food truck rally happening!  We’re talking about Connecticut’s favorite lobster rolls from Lobstercraft, the Serious Balls of The Local Meatball, the Caribbean flare of Maddy’s Food Truck, and the ooey gooeyness of the awesome Melt Mobile.

They’ll be hanging out at Harbor Point Circle (that’s the circle in front of The Beer Garden) from 11:30-2 pm, selling lunches and giving back a portion of their sales to The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County.  Both Lobstercraft and Melt Mobile will be giving 10% of all sales, while Maddy’s and The Local Meatball will donate 10% but will kick that up to 20% if they get past $500 in sales.

So, seriously save your lame salad, your boring bologna sandwich, and/or your salt-laden Ramen noodles for another day and get yourself down for a lunch to remember.  Big up to Roxy Waters of Castleton Commodities International for organizing this!

Food Truck Rally for The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County

11/20 from 11:30-2 pm

Harbor Point Circle, right by 15 Harbor Point Road

Harbor Point area of Stamford, CT

(right outside of The Beer Garden)

6 Responses to “Food Truck Rally in Stamford to Benefit The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County”

  1. Roxy November 20, 2013 at 8:11 am #

    They are open at night, but they won’t be open for this event. I guess they underestimate how many people are willing to day drink for a good cause ;-)

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  2. Peter Wolly November 19, 2013 at 4:30 pm #

    My sources tell me the Beer Garden shut down.

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  3. uhcowboys November 18, 2013 at 9:58 pm #

    this seems like a cool event. Any idea if the beer garden itself will be open? They normally dont open until 4 on Wednesdays…but it would seem to make sense that they would be open during this.

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    • Dan and Kristien Del Ferraro November 19, 2013 at 7:20 am #

      Hey man, what’s up? :) We don’t think it’ll be open then, and we’re not even sure if it’s still open at all. We’ll have to check.

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