Food Truck Festival rolls into Royal B.C. Museum

Food Truck Festival is a tasty summer-long event taking place from May to October.

It’s easy to build up an appetite as you discover our province’s past.

But don’t worry, the Royal B.C. Museum has you covered, as it rolls out its first ever Food Truck Festival, a tasty summer-long event taking place from May to October.

Starting Friday (May 8), the RBCM’s Newcombe Plaza will be transformed into an outdoor international food fair, featuring some of the finest food trucks and food in Victoria.

Pick up some of your favourite eats from favourite local vendors such as Pig, DeadBeetz, A Streetcar Named New Orleans, Puerto Vallarta Amigos, The Love Perogy and Wild West BBQ Salmon, and stop by our Truffles Catering station for a local beer or wine.

The festival event runs Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 6 pm, and Friday to Saturday 11 am to 9 pm.

 

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