For this great interview with Amy’s Truck. Just letting people know that going out to eat doesn’t mean loosening the belt a notch. We have some delicious, healthy options that we can’t wait to share with you!
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!
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!
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!
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!
Please come and join us this Saturday (September 28) as Just Buffalo Literary Center and more than 100,000 Poets around the world “gather to promote social, environmental & political change.”
The event takes place at Silo City (92 Childs St, Buffalo NY) from 11AM-9PM. The weather is suppose to be great and it should be a really amazing day.
We will be getting there around 6 o’clock- just in time for dinner!
This Saturday is the 3rd installment of the Canalside Food Fight ! All the fun kicks off at 10AM and continues all day. Come and cheer on the competitors as local foodtrucks serve and continue the battle to become the Grand Champion!
We will not be competing but we will be serving 10AM-5PM and cheering on everyone battling for FOOD FIGHT Supremacy.
While your checking out the Food Fight, this is your chance celebrate Buffalo nautical history with the Buffalo Maritime Festival. It going to be an amazing day – spectacular food! Cool local history! Row-boat rentals! A beer tent! Historic re-enactments! And a ton more. Here’s the complete list of the events happening at the festival all weekend: http://www.canalsidebuffalo.com/buffalo-maritime-festival/
Pack up the car, brings some friends and family and stop at the bank because you’re going to want to stay all day! Don’t forget to bring a hoodie because it might be a little cool but there’s no rain in the forecast
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