Come out and join us from 5-8PM at the Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled (452 Delaware Ave) to kick off the Holiday Season in style!
Amy’s Truck, R&R BBQ, The Cheesy Chick, Sweet Heath, Knight Slider, House of Munch, Lloyd’s, Thai Me Up, Rolling Joe Cafe, The Roaming Buffalo, J&L’s Boulevard BBQ and The BMFT. Proceeds will go to benefit Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled.
Whether it’s because you want to eat before going out on the the biggest bar night of the year, you don’t want to make dinner since you have 10 hours of cooking to do on Thursday or because you just love food trucks & want to support a great cause – we hope to see you Wednesday night!
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.
Come and join us this Friday night (October 18, 2013) and celebrate the new permanent, outdoor installation at the Burchfield Penny Art Gallery (1300 Elmwood Ave). This installation is the first of it’s kind in the world, so there is no excuse NOT to come to the party!
There is going to be food trucks (US and a couple of those other guys) and a live musical performance by DME (led by Tomás Henriques). Then at sunset the three projection towers will turn on forever. This new installation is transforming the Gallery’s facade into a 24/7/365 media gallery!
This is the “worlds first permanent environmentally-responsive, outdoor audio and video environment” and will feature works by project co-designer Brian Milbrand, Steina, Barbara Lattanzi, Meg Knowles & Chris Gallant.
For more information about the event, including the inspiration behind the installation and a lot of technical & architectural information check out the link here.
Join us tonight at Buffalo’s City of Night at Silo City.
Tonight is the 2nd Annual City of Night and is dedicated to celebrate all the things that make Buffalo great and “is meant to draw attention to Buffalo’s history, art community, and architectural heritage by featuring the grain elevators at silo city in the old first ward as a living work of art, a symbol of our architectural heritage and a vessel for what our community’s future can be.”
The party kicks off at 4PM and continues to 2AM and is going to be an amazing experience for everyone who comes! Don’t forget that it’s FREE.
Here’s the link for more information: http://www.cityofnightbuffalo.com/ and here’s the map of the event layout. Parking is very limited so take a minute and looking over the information about transportation to Silo City here.
See you tonight! Be happy that you’re hungry
Join us today for day 2 of the 2013 ChalkFest
We’ll be serving 12-6PM
Here’s a breakdown of today’s activity:
12:00 PM: FESTIVAL RE-OPENS! Food Trucks, Vendors and Beer
12:30 PM: Dan & Leanne (Music)
Mad-Hatter’s Hat Making Activity (space limited)
1:00 PM: LIVE STORYBOOK NARRATION
Sidewalk Chalk Making Activity (space limited)
1:30 PM: Hip-Hop Dance Performance by Differential Flava Crew
2:00 PM: Alice’s Tea Party (space is limited)
2:30 PM: LIVE STORYBOOK NARRATION
3:00 PM: Hopscotch Tournament (Children welcome, adults
Break-Dance Performance by SolStace
3:30 PM: Break-Dance Performance by SolStace
4:30 PM: Diamond Ricelli Concert
6:00 PM: FESTIVAL ENDS!
For more information click here
In case you’re wonder what to expect here are are a couple pictures from last year.
Come out tomorrow (August 3rd) to the Saturday Artisan Market. Located at Canalside (across from the First Niagara Center, right near the Naval Park) the Artisan Market hosts more than 60 vendors and live entertainment.
- Come hungry!
- Stay all day!
- Grab lunch and dinner!
- If your friends can’t make it, volunteer to be their designated Amy’s Food Truck deliverer!
- We will be serving all day 10AM – 5PM !
Click HERE for directions.
This Friday (August 2, 2013) we will be serving at the Outer Harbor Concert series.
Lowest of the Low, The Tragically Hip and Flogging Molly will start to hit the stage starting at 6:45, gates open at 5PM and the parking lot opens at 4PM
A couple of things you should know before
- We will be having a specially priced menu! (Same food though)
- We will NOT be serving DRINKS
- It’s all a ticket system – NO CASH, NO CARDS
For more information about the event and the venue check out the link below:
Today from 10am until 12pm the Amy’s Truck will be at the BAC in Orchard Park which is at 3035 Union Rd. It’s their 1st annual 2013 FIT BASH to benefit the building of the new John R Oishei Children’s Hospital. Help out a good cause and help out your belly by getting some delicious lentils. It’s a win-win!!!
…and here in Buffalo we know to take what we can get! This afternoon, the Amy’s Truck will be at CSDD on Delaware ave in the afternoon, and then the new music venue in Buffalo, The Waiting Room!!! We’ll be there from 6:00 until 9:00 at 334 Delaware Ave. (near West Tupper).
Pull out the old umbrella, and come on down for some warm food!