RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR)–There was a palpable sizzle on opening night of the Food Truck Court, held at the Virginia Historical Society, which carried into the next three sell-out events.
The success of the event has led to more scheduled dates, hopefully through the entire summer but definitely through May.
Starting Friday, April 27 the Food Truck Court will continue on for a scheduled six-week time, at which time future dates will be scheduled according to availability at the VHS.
The event, originally organized by Boka Food Truck owner, will now be managed by GrowRVA, formerly known as the Market Umbrella. This is the group responsible for community-shifting events like South of the James Saturday market.
Chef Patrick Harris of the Boka Truck passed the torch so that organizers could “continue to provide the attention and care necessary to carry on this event.”
Since so many citizens rallied in favor of food trucks, the new 2.0 version comes back as the RVA Monster Food Truck Rally.
The taste-bud crushing night rolls back to the VHS with more vendors, more food and museum will even extend their hours on those nights.
The Monster Food Truck Rally is from 6-9 p.m., on Tuesdays and Fridays.