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slides: Food Truck Festival Stops in Worcester

Monday, July 16, 2012

 

Food Truck Festivals of New England made a stop in Worcester during its tour, bringing gourmet food to Elm Park on Saturday. Lines for some trucks took over an hour, but patrons were willing to wait it out for such a unique, delicious opportunity.

Grilled cheese, lobster, Vietnamese sandwiches, pulled pork, and ice cream sandwiches were just some of the delicacies featured at the festival and thousands came out to get their fill, despite the heat.

Don't miss the next festival for foodies. The company is scheduled to make stops in Brighton, Lowell, Falmouth, East Boston, Hingham, Framingham, and Newport, RI. If you missed this round, they will still be in the area.

Check out our slideshow of the gourmet goodies and picturesque food trucks that made a pit stop on Park Ave. next to Elm Park.

 

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