Between the Polar Vortex, a little mechanical issue and a long planned & much needed vacation – January was a cruel month for the Amy’s Truck. But we are very happy to let everyone know that we are back to our regular schedule. We’ve missed everyone and want to thank you all for your patience the past few weeks.
Our first day back serving will be February 4th behind City Hall on Court St 11:30-1:30.
After that you will find us at the First Niagara Center on Wednesday, Roswell Park on Thursday and the Larkin District on Friday. We will be serving our regular times (11:30-1:30) at each location.
If you didn’t know, you can always check our schedule at www.amysfoodtruck.com/calendar, friend us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/amystruckbuffalo) and follow us on twitter (@amys_truck) to get the most up to date information on where all the cool kids are getting lunch!
Thank you again for all of your support, we wouldn’t be were we are without. We can’t wait to see you and don’t forget – be happy that you’re hungry!
Today is going to be a great day of food, music (the Buffalo Gay Men’s Choirs will be performing throughout the day) and over 50 local vendors.
Everything is happening at the Karpeles Manuscript Museum at 453 Porter Ave from 11-5PM.
We hope to see you there!
December is here and like it or not the holiday’s are here; the nights are filled with shopping, wrapping, baking, work parties and family obligations. Yet, this Friday (December 6th) at the 2nd Annual Holiday Live at Larkin (from 5-8PM) is your chance to relax a bit, begin celebrating the Holiday’s in style and support the Food Bank of Western New York. There will be a heated boardwalk, vendors selling their holiday wares, food trucks, craft beers, mulled wine, “adult” hot chocolate with a kick and Robot Holiday will be getting everyone into the Holiday spirit with their original holiday music!
Copies of the new Robot Holiday CD will be on sale and all proceeds will go to benefit the Food Bank of WNY.
Come out this Thursday (December 5th) from 4-8PM to kick-start your holiday shopping with the 3rd Annual Peace, Love & Grant Street celebration.
The weather looks like it’s going to cooperate with little chance of snow and the high near 40 degrees – perfect December weather for exploring the many shops, food trucks and vendors along Grant St.
Visitors to this years event can either explore Grant Street on foot or use the trolley that will be available to shoppers for the evening. The evening will feature shopping at many businesses, work by local artists, live music, food trucks, free holiday movies (at the Grant Street Neighborhood Center) and even Santa Claus himself!
Stop by the Gypsy Parlor (376 Grant St) for the after party and indulge in free Hors D’oeuvres, local & seasonal beers and much more.
All of the food trucks will be parked in the lot at the corner of Grant and Potomac. Click here for more information about this year’s Peace, Love and Grant Street – we’re looking forward to seeing you!
Believe it or not it’s that time of year again – the Holiday Season is upon us! We hope you can come out and kick off the season with us at Christmas in the Country at the Hamburg Fair Ground.
Christmas in the Country draws over 60,000 visitors over it’s four day and this is going to be a great way to get a jump start on your holiday shopping and be a part of what is “….widely recognized as the preeminent holiday Artisan Market in the United States.”
This years theme is Christmas in the Country, Generations of Artisans and will features works that incorporate different generations of family in the work. There will be over 400 artists in 5 buildings, featuring gourmet food and wine, home décor, handmade jewelry, children’s toys & clothing and much more!
We will be there and serving up all your Amy’s Truck favorites from 10AM-5PM. We hope to see there!
Alright folks it’s that time of year again! You know the time – baseball is over, our beloved Buffalo sports teams (both the Sabres and Bills) are iffy at best and continue to give us a false sense of hope game after game, Halloween and all its parties are over yet Thanksgiving is still a few weeks away and the craziness of the holiday season is just far enough off that it seems like we have all the time in the world to get ready.
We have the perfect plan for you this Sunday (November 3rd) – come out, watch, support and cheer for everyone at the Campus WheelWorks Cross in the Park 2013!
For all you bikers out there, this is a 2900 meter, USA Cycling Sanctioned CX race through Delaware Park. This is happening rain OR shine so bring your bike and your helmet (you can’t compete without one) and be ready. Pre-registration is $25 and $30 the day of. The start and finish in right near the stone bridge (near the Shakespeare in the Park stage) and is be a great way to start November and finish off the weekend
The races are staggered with the first one start promptly at 10AM. For more information about the event you can click here or call Campus at 716-881-3613
We hope to see you there! We were there last year – and the crowd and the bikers are a blast! Everyone has a great time.
It has finally come to an end. This Tuesday (October 29) is Larkin Square’s final Food Truck Tuesday of 2013 . It is sad , but it’s been an amazing season for everyone, the trucks and customers, who came down to grab something to eat and explore a revitalized part of the city. We hope you can come out this week because, without a doubt, it’s going to be a spectacular night.
In honor of Halloween everyone is encouraged to dress up in costume (you’ll get a $1 off your drink from the trucks)! Make sure the kids bring a bag or pillow case or bucket – any kind of candy carrying vessel – because they are all welcome to go truck to truck TRICK OR TREATING!
And finally (and this is off the charts cool) the amazing Grateful Dead cover band Workingman’s Dead is going to perform! But this is not just a typical show, they will be playing the Dead’s set from their 1990 show at Rich Stadium! None of the traffic hassle with trying to get to the stadium, no stress waiting for A Miracle, no sadness in realizing that you just saw one of the last shows Brent Mydland ever played (he died 10 days after the Buffalo show) just all of the amazing music from that magical Summer night!
The night’s party starts at 5 and we’ll be serving until the party stops at 8.
This is going to be so incredible you’ll kick yourself if you don’t go! A couple hours in the cold wouldn’t be unbearable. It ends at 8PM so you can’t say you don’t want to be out late! Come out, enjoy the last little bit of your summer routine! Hear some spectacular music! Eat delicious food (and pick something up for lunch on Wednesday)! It’s a perfect way to spend the last Tuesday of October 2013.
This Friday (October 25) come out to the Iron Island Museum from 5-9PM for a unique and exciting Halloween event, the WNY Food Truck Association’s Haunted Food Truck Rodeo.
This is going to be fun evening and a great way to kick-off the Halloween Weekend. We will be serving and so will a bunch of other food trucks (R & R Barbeque, The Cheesy Chick and Lloyd’s to name a few) and we promise to keep you full but begging for more!
In addition to all the trucks there will be Haunted Tours of the Iron Island Museum ($5), Psychic Readings by Rev Patti ($20) and FREE Halloween movies to watch while you eat.
For more information about the event, including directions check out their facebook page here. We hope to see you there!
Come and join us this Saturday (September 28) at the Richardson Complex for their South Lawn Celebration – the opening of Buffalo’s newest green space.
The day’s celebration kick off at 11AM and will feature Live Music, Kids Activities, Landscape Tours, and a ton of Great Food!
The event is free and open to everyone. Tons of free parking as well (enter on Elmwood Ave between the Burchfield Penny Art Gallery and Forest Ave)
Here’s the link for more information. We hope to see you there!
Saturday September 21 and Sunday September 22 is the ultimate Buffalo festival – Slyfest 8: Urban Edition! Slyfest is a Griffin Brady’s brainchild and a major part of The Slyboots School of Music, Art & Dance
This is the first time that Slyfest has been held in Buffalo and it’s going to kick-ass! Started originally in Fredonia (seven years ago), Slyfest moved to Warsaw, NY and then to the Griffis Sculpture Park before settling into its new home in Buffalo.
Slyfest 8 is going to be held at The Yard at Rock Harbor in Black Rock. Admission is $10 and all proceeds go to help Slyboots relocate permanently to Buffalo.
We’ll be there and serving on Sunday (Sept 22) only and it’s going to be a blast! Make sure to ride your bike! It’s great exercise, finding parking sucks, you’ll look cool and if you use the GO Buffalo Bike valet…. your FIRST BEER IS FREE!