Walnut Wednesday Rolls Back Into Cleveland Tomorrow


  • Photo by Emanuel Wallace
Food truck season in downtown Cleveland officially kicks off tomorrow with the return of Walnut Wednesdays.

From 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (aka lunchtime) at Perk Plaza at Chester Commons — at East 12th and Walnut Streets — area residents and workers alike can find food trucks of all types circled up for the first time this year.

Follow the Downtown Cleveland Alliance for weekly updates on vendors, musical offerings and more through Sept. 4. Admission is the best price, free, but be sure to bring cash for the food.

The event goes down through rain or shine (and freezing or boiling temperatures). Here's a list of the food trucks participating at tomorrow's kickoff:

-Wrap It Up
American, Comfort Food, Wraps

Eclectic, American, Comfort Food

American, Mexican, Italian

Burgers, American, Health Food

-The Proper Pig BBQ

-Swat Smoked BBQ
Barbeque, American, Comfort Food

-Manna Truck Cle
American, Vegetarian, Sandwiches

Vegan, Soul Food, Breakfast

-The Local Eden
American, Seafood, Vegan

-The Little Penguin

-Smooth Rider
Smoothies, Coffee

-The Cedar Grill
Mediterranean, American, Lebanese

Korean, Modern European, Latin American

-Dang Good Foods
Singaporean, Malaysian, Asian Fusion

-Zydeco Bistro
Cajun/Creole, American, French

-Sauced Pizzeria
Italian, Pizza

-Fired Up Taco Truck
American, Latin American

Desserts, Ice Cream
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