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Food Truck Friday will feed shoppers on Black Friday

Cape Gazette of Lewes, Delaware

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The popular Food Truck Friday will change its hours on Nov. 27. The event, held at Epworth UM Church on Holland Glade Road in Rehoboth, will begin at 9 a.m. and run into the afternoon. "We will be there until we run out of food or customers," says event co-organizer Reber Whitner. Inside seating will be available if conditions are cold.

Vendors at the event will include: Grotto Pizza, Taco Reho,

The Sea Hogg, Mama Mia, Rosenfeld's Roadside Jewish Deli, The Polish Connection, Hot Dogs at the Beach, A Latte Soul and The Frozen Farmer.

The Frozen Farmer serves fresh juices along with homemade soup and ice cream. A Latte Soul makes specialty coffee drinks and hot chocolate.

Taco Reho is new to Food Truck Friday. Owner Billy Lucas brought this pioneering food truck to Sussex County. Lucas specializes in upscale tacos with high-quality ingredients in humble corn tortillas. Grotto Pizza is new to the event as well, bringing classic and artisanal pizzas.

Food Truck Friday is a fundraiser for The Food & Love Soup Kitchen and Epworth Skate Park. For more information, visit www.eumcrb.org/FoodTruckFridays or follow on Facebook: Food-Truck-Friday.



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Original Publication Date: November 20, 2015



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