Comes to Wheaton Sept. 28
WHEATON, MARYLAND – Twenty of the DMV’s favorite food trucks will head to Wheaton, MD to dish out some of the region’s best barbecue, crab cakes, cheesecakes and other tasty eats at the Curbside Cookoff food truck festival.
Curbside Cookoff is on Saturday, Sept. 28 from noon to 8:00 pm at Wheaton Triangle (Reedie Drive and Grandview Avenue), right next to the Wheaton Metro stop.
"Wheaton is a community known for its incredible food offerings from around the world,” said Doug Povich, Chairman of DC-Maryland-Virginia Food Truck Association and co-owner of Red Hook Lobster Pound-DC. "We’re very excited to partner with the Wheaton Urban District to bring ourfood trucks as part of the Curbside Cookoff to this great and diverse restaurant community.”
- Curbside Cookoff features:
- 20 of the DMV’s favorite food trucks
- CBS Radio, official radio sponsor of Curbside Cookoff
- Craft beer garden featuring over 2 dozen speciality beers sponsored by The Exchange at Wheaton Station including DC Brau Public Ale, Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA, Heavy Seas Loose Cannon and Magic Hat #9
- Six Flags America sponsored contests and interactive activities featuring games
- DMVFTA sponsored giveaways
- Truck competitions
Discounted tickets for 10 craft beer tastings for just $20 are available at http://curbsidecookoff.eventbrite.com
The festival is being co-sponsored by the Wheaton Urban District of Montgomery County and will be held on Saturday, September 28th from noon to 8 pm at Wheaton Triangle in Montgomery County, MD (Wheaton Metro). The event will benefit Mid-County United Ministries (MUM) a local charity that helps people in crisis in the Wheaton, Kensington and Aspen Hill communities with food, medicine, eviction prevention and utilities, emphasizingclient choice, problem-solving and self-sufficiency.
The Wheaton Urban District provides special services to the Central Business District to ensure that downtown Wheaton is maintained in a clean, safe and attractive manner to promote a vibrant social and business environment and long-term economic viability and vitality. For more information about Wheaton, MD and the Wheaton Urban District visit www.wheatonmd.org.
The DC-Maryland-Virginia Food Truck Association (DMVFTA) is a group of more than 70 local foodtruck owner-operators. We seek to sustain the wellbeing of our industry, foster a sense of communityand work in partnership to improve food truck regulations. We are engaged community members whodeeply care about our city and believe in working together to make a positive impact. The Food Truck Association’s signature event is the Curbside Cookoff traveling food truck festival.