2018-05-16 / Community View

Food Truck Fest



More than 1,000 patrons flocked to the parking lot between Court and Saginaw streets to visit Lapeer’s first-ever food truck rally. 
Photo by Nicholas Pugliese More than 1,000 patrons flocked to the parking lot between Court and Saginaw streets to visit Lapeer’s first-ever food truck rally. Photo by Nicholas Pugliese

Loretta and Mark Deneweth of Oregon Township enjoyed a barbecue sandwich at Monday’s first-ever Food Truck Fest in downtown Lapeer. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Loretta and Mark Deneweth of Oregon Township enjoyed a barbecue sandwich at Monday’s first-ever Food Truck Fest in downtown Lapeer. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Grosse Pointe’s John Bylski, seen here handling a Philly steak sandwich to Mayfield Township’s Elizabeth Beaubien, said Lapeer’s food truck rally was his “first big gig” and will likely return for the next Food Truck Fest June 11. 
Photo by Nicholas Pugliese Grosse Pointe’s John Bylski, seen here handling a Philly steak sandwich to Mayfield Township’s Elizabeth Beaubien, said Lapeer’s food truck rally was his “first big gig” and will likely return for the next Food Truck Fest June 11. Photo by Nicholas Pugliese

Enjoying their sandwiches on the bank of Farmers Creek on Monday were David Kirk of Lapeer (left) and Nick Grube of Attica. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Enjoying their sandwiches on the bank of Farmers Creek on Monday were David Kirk of Lapeer (left) and Nick Grube of Attica. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Vendors who brought their food trucks and trailers did a brisk business Monday evening. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Vendors who brought their food trucks and trailers did a brisk business Monday evening. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Suzanne Burch of Lapeer on Monday enjoyed a dinner of chicken strips during Lapeer’s first Food Truck Fest of the summer. 
Photo by Jeff Hogan Suzanne Burch of Lapeer on Monday enjoyed a dinner of chicken strips during Lapeer’s first Food Truck Fest of the summer. Photo by Jeff Hogan

Frame 42, a band comprised of students of local music school DB’s LIVE, entertained visitors to the food truck rally from the pavilion at Annrook Park. 
Photo by Nicholas Pugliese Frame 42, a band comprised of students of local music school DB’s LIVE, entertained visitors to the food truck rally from the pavilion at Annrook Park. Photo by Nicholas Pugliese

Casey Thornton of Oregon Township enjoyed a Philly cheese steak before heading into the downtown area to check out the car show. 
Photo by Nicholas Pugliese Casey Thornton of Oregon Township enjoyed a Philly cheese steak before heading into the downtown area to check out the car show. Photo by Nicholas Pugliese

Lapeer Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Neda Payne was one of the first patrons to Lapeer-based food truck Ya Eat Yet?, helmed by Megan Puckett. 
Photo by Nicholas Pugliese Lapeer Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Neda Payne was one of the first patrons to Lapeer-based food truck Ya Eat Yet?, helmed by Megan Puckett. Photo by Nicholas Pugliese

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