Kenmore Summer Food Trucks, now through Aug. 26

You’ve probably noticed the food trucks coming and going from Kenmore Village in downtown Kenmore the last few months.

The following is a press release from the City of Kenmore.

You’ve probably noticed the food trucks coming and going from Kenmore Village in downtown Kenmore the last few months.

If you haven’t made it out to try any of the delicious food yet, you’ve still got a chance to do so!

Over the next four weeks, we’ve got trucks coming twice a week. Mondays at lunch for a nice break from work and Wednesday evenings for those commuting residents out there who still want to get taste of the food trucks.

Now through August 26th
Every Monday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Every Wednesday, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Kenmore Village Parking Lot (south of Kenmore Camera, west of the construction fencing)

The Lineup:
Wed., Aug. 5: Tacos El Guero (Mexican)
Mon., Aug. 10: Tacos El Guero (Mexican)
Wed., Aug. 12: 314 PIE (sweet and savory pies)
Mon., Aug. 17: Goreeng (Indonesian/Thai)
[Only accepts cash—but it’s parked across the street from a bank and ATM!]
Wed., Aug. 19: Bread & Butter (gourmet grilled cheese)
Mon., Aug. 24: Bread & Butter (gourmet grilled cheese)

Wed., Aug. 26:  Maximus / Minimus (BBQ pig-shaped truck)
Sweet Wheels (ice cream sandwiches)

SPECIAL TIME: 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. (or later if business continues)

Come out for food, a celebration, and possibly other food trucks!

For more information, please visit to view the schedule. For day-of updates, visit (and “like”) our Facebook page at

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