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NEW: These food trucks are coming to Wellington this week


It’s that time of week again: This lineup is out for this week’s Food Truck Invasion in Wellington on Thursday, Oct. 26.

From 5 to 9:30 p.m., more than a dozen trucks will line the parking lot next to the Wellington Amphitheater, offering dinner, desserts and snacks at the popular weekly event. 

» RESTAURANTS ON WHEELS: Your guide to food trucks in Palm Beach County 

This week’s entertainment is the Eric Clapton tribute band “Forever Eric,” which begins at 6:30 p.m. 

Here’s the lineup, via Wellington’s website

  • Austin's Franks
  • Che Grill
  • Cheesezilla
  • Chef K
  • Churrasco Grill
  • DR Smokehouse
  • El Orgullo Latino
  • Fat Boyz BBQ
  • Georgia Boy and Ethel’s Famous Wings
  • GoodBoy
  • Good Eats & Sweets
  • Lobsta Guy
  • Miami Press
  • Mix Masters
  • Needa Pita
  • Pizzazilla
  • Sweet Cravings NY
  • Tacos Veracruz
  • The Dancing Corn
  • Waffle Wagon
  • Wholesome Rollers
  • World Famous Egg Rolls

Food truck invasion tips 

  • Bring chairs or a blanket to spread out on the amphitheater’s lawn.
  • Drinks are available to purchase, but if you plan to stay for the concert, bring an extra bottle of water or two per person.
  • Bring cash. While many vendors accept credit cards, they also appreciate a dollar or two in the ol’ tip jar.
  • Don’t forget your camera. 

For more information, go to www.wellingtonfl.gov or call 561-753-2484.


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